During the January transfer window, Davy Klaassen was repeatedly linked with a move away from the club.
Having been brought in by Ronald Koeman, Klaassen had failed to shine under the Dutch manager and then slipped increasingly out of the picture at Goodison Park.
Napoli were the club most strongly linked with signing Klaassen in the winter market, but inexplicably the failure of a deal was put down to a disagreement over image rights.
If players such as Klaassen are having image rights as a make or break on a transfer then it shows just how much the system may be being used to divert income.
Anyway, on Tuesday TMW claim Inter Milan are working on the potential signing.
The headline is far more interesting than the actual article, with Inter’s interest being touched upon and it being explained Napoli are still at the window, considering the Everton player should other options not come off.
Inter are ‘studying the situation’ and could make a ‘decisive blow’ to get Klaassen from Everton, although there’s no information on transfer fee, type of deal or any contact being made.