Tottenham Hotspur's Erik Lamela is amongst a reported list of transfer targets drawn up by Roberto Mancini after taking charge at Inter Milan.
The Argentine joins a transfer wishlist which includes the likes of Arsenal's Joel Campbell, Manchester City's Aleksander Kolarov and Liverpool's Fabio Borini, according to the Mirror.
Mancini took charge at Inter Milan last week and he has seemingly wasted no time in identifying who he wants to bring in at the San Siro.
Inter are not the force that they once were and currently sit ninth in the Serie A table, meaning that Mancini faces a tough task in bringing the success back to the Italian giants.
The squad currently looks bereft of quality, but the former City boss clearly believes that his knowledge of the Premier League can help him.
The four players he has targeted could all be obtainable, but they are likely to cost a serious amount of cash if he is to get everyone suggested.
Lamela's form at White Hart Lane has shown signs of improvement this season, but he remains frustratingly inconsistent, despite Mauricio Pochettino giving him every chance to impress.
Lamela is yet to hit the back of the net this season in Premier League competition and it may be that he is thinking about returning to a country where he was so successful previously.
Campbell, too, is a player who could depart the capital on the near future.
The Arsenal attacker had a brilliant World Cup and was kept as someone who could offer the Gunners another offensive outlet this campaign, but his chances have been limited.
The Costa Rican has played just five times and an exit from the Emirates Stadium looks imminent, as a result.
Similarly, Borini has also not received as much game time as he has been hoping for, after failing to break into Brendan Rodgers first-team on a regular basis, although he has had some sporadic chances to impress.
Kolarov may be the hardest of the four to acquire, due to his first-team commitments at his current club.
The Serbian has established himself as City's first-choice left-back, but Mancini will be hoping that their good relationship is enough to convince him to join him in Italy in January.