Divock Origi has already been linked with a move away from Liverpool this month.
Earlier in January, there was speculation about Wolverhampton Wanderers bringing the out-of-favour Belgian striker to Molineux.
But it was later reported that Wolves were no longer interested in Origi.
However, there may be a new party keen on the former Lille hitman.
According to Corriere Dello Sport in Italy, the Liverpool attacker is on Inter Milan’s radar.
The report adds that it would be a loan move and that the Premier League champions are willing to sanction it.
In 2019, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp referred to Origi as an ‘unbelievably important’ player [The Echo] but this importance has undoubtedly declined since then.
For context, the German manager has only given the player 12 minutes of Premier League football this season – and five of them came against Manchester United in Sunday’s 0-0 draw at Anfield.
There is virtually no place for him on Merseyside any longer and once Diogo Jota is fit and firing again, there’s a chance his playing time could bizarrely suffer even more.