Inter Milan are lining up a move for Tottenham Hotspur winger Aaron Lennon in the January transfer window.
The arrival of former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has led to a significant reassessment of Inter’s squad, which has been struggling in Serie A this season.
Form has not immediately picked up with the return of Mancini, who led Inter to three Scudetto wins during his last reign at the club.
He was ultimately sacked in favour of Jose Mourinho, who led them to a famous treble, including a Champions League win.
Since Mourinho moved to Real Madrid, Inter have struggled, with Mancini the latest in a succession of managers.
They have now targeted Lennon in an attempt to improve the options available to Mancini, according to the Daily Star.
He is currently Spurs’ longest serving player, but has made very few appearances since Mauricio Pochettino’s appointment in the summer.
The 27 year old is valued at around £7 million by the north London side.