Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has reportedly entered talks with Barcelona midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
The former Juventus player has been linked with a return to the Allianz Stadium, but the Old Lady are currently working to sign Manuel Locatelli and Pjanic could have to look elsewhere.
Pjanic moved to Barca in an exchange deal that saw Arthur Melo move in the opposite direction last year, but the Blaugrana are reportedly willing to let the Bosnia international leave after only one season at Camp Nou.
Barcelona want to get rid of the former Roma star and Juventus are in pole position to bring him back to Serie A, but La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Inter are now entering the chase for the midfielder.
The Nerazzurri are expected to sit down with midfielder Marcelo Brozovic and discuss new terms at the Giuseppe Meazza, but the Croatia international continues to be linked with a move away from the club.
Marotta, who brought Pjanic to Juventus in 2016, has thus contacted the 31-year-old and lined him up as a possible replacement should Brozovic leave.