Sergej Milinković-Savić has been constantly linked with a move away from Lazio, with claims coming around again this week.
Before the start of this season, Manchester United were credited with an interest in the 24-year-old as Paul Pogba’s replacement, but neither left their respective clubs.
Chelsea were previously linked and they have once again dragged into the mix by FcInterNews.
The Italian outlet focuses on Inter Milan’s interest as they state he is a priority target for CEO Giuseppe Marotta.
According to the report, there has been contact between the Nerazzurri and the Serbian’s entourage. Any approach from Antonio Conte’s side will see them face danger from the Blues.
The Europa League winners share an excellent relationship with Milinković-Savić’s agent, Mateja Kežman.
Kežman was a former professional footballer and during his playing career, he spent one season at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea are looking for a ‘big man in the middle of the pitch’, especially if Jorginho pushes for an exit.
Milinković-Savić can leave Lazio in the summer and Claudio Lotito has set a base price of €80m.
Paris Saint-Germain also get a mention, but FcInterNews adds Inter remain in the front row and are ‘ready to play their cards well’ for Milinković-Savić.