There's widespread speculation about the future of Manchester City's James Milner and reports from Italy suggest that a move to Inter could be on the horizon.
Milner's contract expires at the end of the season and he has been linked to Liverpool and Arsenal, but City may also persuade him to pen a new deal.
The England international has been on fine form this season and he won't struggle to find a new club should he decide to look for a fresh start in June.
Juventus have been linked with Milner, but according to Pedullà, Inter are more likely to swoop in and the player is deciding between staying put or trying his hand in Italy's fashion capital.
"Milner is exactly the kind of midfielder that Mancini wants," he claims. "He is someone who can cover a lot of roles and Inter are at the window."
One major sticking point for a move to Inter would be Milner's wage demands, which are much greater than the Italian club would be able to offer.