Tanguy Ndombele has struggled with fitness and form in his debut season at Tottenham Hotspur.
After making only 17 starts in all competitions, rumours surrounding the midfielder’s future have been frequent.
Last month, Foot Mercato explained the 23-year-old ‘wants to leave’ Spurs, and Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are ‘always on the lookout’ for him.
Inter Milan are the latest club to be linked with the former Lyon man, if claims coming out of Italy are to be believed.
According to Calciomercato, the Serie A side will continue to trust Antonio Conte, and the former Chelsea manager could lead a ‘mini revolution’ in terms of shaping his side’s squad for next season.
It’s claimed Conte is not happy with some of his squad, and Marcelo Brozović is in that category.
The Croatian hasn’t convinced his manager, and for his position, Conte has ‘identified’ Ndombele as the ‘ideal profile’ for ‘future reinforcement’.
Brozović is happy with his life at the San Siro, and isn’t looking for a move elsewhere. However, he has realised his situation is changing, which is why his stay is ‘far from obvious’.
Calciomercato state Ndombele could replace Brozović, if the latter ends up leaving Inter.