Inter are set to place Chelsea and Liverpool on red alert next week by putting midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia up for sale.
Both Premier League clubs have been linked with the former Monaco star, who has struggled to make an impact in Serie A since joining the Nerazzurri in a big-money move in the summer of 2015.
New Inter coach Stefano Pioli has been assessing the squad he has inherited and, according to Italian outlet Calcio Mercato, the Frenchman is to be put up for sale.
Inter are to hold a meeting with Kondogbia's representatives next week in order to tell them to look at options for their client.
The Nerazzurri are prepared to consider loaning the midfielder out, but only if the agreement contains an obligation to buy at the end of the period.
It is claimed Inter are looking to recoup €25m by selling Kondogbia, however if he is loaned out and the loaning club pay his wages for a period of 18 months before signing him permanently, the Nerazzurri are willing to take between €16m and €17m.
Inter are already planning to replace the Frenchman and have zeroed in on Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo.
The 29-year-old joined Wolfsburg in 2013 following a spell with Bayern Munich and Inter are keen to take him to Italy.