Serie A fallen giants have been struggling to get back on their feet for quite some time.
Frank de Boer has been replaced by Stefano Pioli at the helm, but the desired results are still missing and Nerazzurri are reportedly preparing for yet another busy transfer market in order to further boost their squad.
According to reports from the Italian media outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, former Lazio boss is keen to strengthen his midfield and has already identified two potential targets, that will fit within the UEFA Financial Fair Play regulations.
Venezuela international and Genoa star Tomas Rincon is one of the names Inter are keen to add to their squad list. The 28-year-old has been with Genoa since 2014 and has so far played 74 Serie A performances for the club.
Another name is the highly sought-after Croatian international Milan Badelj, who has been linked with the likes Chelsea, Milan and Juventus.