Clubs are queueing up to try and sign Tom Ince whose contract expires next month with Inter said to be leading the pack.
Ince has spent the last few months on loan to Crystal Palace, who reportedly want to keep him, but face a fight to do so.
The England Under-21 star is also reportedly wanted by Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham, who could all pounce in the coming weeks.
It has been reported in Italy though that Inter already began provisional negotiations when club president Erik Thohir was in London nearly a fortnight ago.
"After a long season I just want to relax for a while with my family," Ince admitted.
"I don't want to rush any decisions at the moment.
"The Premier League is the best championship in the world but I would consider Italy, Germany and Spain. I wouldn't be afraid of going abroad."
Inter could have a sentimental advantage as Tom Ince's father, Paul Ince, played for the Nerazzurri between 1995 and 1997.