Inter Milan want to sign Chelsea defender Davide Zappacosta.
According to Tuttosport, Inter will try to convince the 26-year-old to return to Italy with an offer of first-team football.
Zappacosta played for Isola Liri, Atalanta and Avellino in Italy, before signing for Torino in July 2015.
He made 58 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring twice.
Since joining Chelsea in August 2017, Zappacosta has played 35 times for Chelsea, but he has struggled to nail down a regular place in the starting XI.
He took part in the 2015 European U21 Championship in the Czech Republic, starting all three of Italy’s games as they were eliminated at the group stage.
Zappacosta made his international debut for Italy against Liechtenstein in a World Cup qualifier in November 2016.
Despite the uncertainty over the managerial position at Chelsea, the club has been linked with a number of new signings this summer as it bids to improve on their fifth-place finish in the Premier League last season.
Victor Moses was preferred to Zappacosta on numerous occasions last season and a move back to Italy looks to be on the cards.
Chelsea fans BUZZING as Cesc Fabregas reveals hidden talent
Blues midfielder Cesc Fabregas will not be part of Spain’s squad which heads out to Russia.
He will instead be taking on punditry roles with the BBC, enjoying the football party from the terraces.
But he may already have another career path calling to him.
In an Instagram post with more than one million viewers, the Spaniard can be seen DJ’ing on a boat in the sunshine.
As the tunes pump out, Fabregas adds some fine tuning while enjoying his party.
And he wasn’t the only one as Chelsea fans took over the comments to speculate on the midfielder’s future.
One fan said: “Next move after Chelsea, Ibiza.”
A second fan commented: “You don’t have to be a coach after you’re done with football.”
While a third simply said: “You’re hired at the next music festival.”
Spain kicks off their World Cup campaign against rivals Portugal on Friday, with their odds of winning the trophy at 11/2 from Betfair.