Davide Zappacosta arrived at Chelsea from Torino in 2017 and went on to make 12 starts in the league under the guidance of Antonio Conte.
At the end of the last month, Inter appointed the former Blues boss as their new manager and Tutto Mercato Web claims the 26-year-old is a transfer target for the Nerazzurri.
The newly appointed coach at the San Siro likes his compatriot and the latter is also appreciated by the leaders of the Serie A outfit.
The Italy international was restricted to just one start in the league during the 2018/19 season and despite having two years left on his contract, the possibility of returning to the player’s homeland remains ‘concrete’.
TMW explains Zappacosta is not the main target for Inter as he’s an ‘alternative’ to Thomas Meunier.
The Belgium international, who has one year left on his contract at Paris Saint-Germain, is the first option.
However, it’s stated they will face competition from Unai Emery’s Arsenal, who have already made a proposal for the right-back.
Despite the current situation, Inter would like to enter the transfer race and if they fail to land Meunier, they may shift their focus towards Zappacosta.