Inter Milan are keeping close tabs on Hellas Verona midfielder Jacopo Sala, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri are looking at a host of quality players as they aim to reinforce the squad ahead of the next season and the former Chelsea youngster is clearly on their radar.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini watched the 23-year-old in action in midweek as Sampdoria shared spoils with Hellas Verona.
Following a largely disappointing spell with Hamburg, Sala has managed to kick start his career in Italy, making 15 league appearances in his first season at Hellas Verona.
He has since nailed down a regular starting berth, making 12 league outings this term, scoring 1 goal and producing 2 assists.
Sala has been used as a right-back, central midfielder and winger this season, and this versatility is one of the reasons why he has caught the eye of Inter coach Roberto Mancini.