Inter Milan are keen on re-signing Andrea Pirlo on loan from New York City, according to the Mirror.
Roberto Mancini is looking to bring in the thirty-six year old, who moved to the MLS from Juventus in July.
Pirlo spent three years at Inter at the turn of the century, racking up forty appearances in all competitions.
He moved to AC Milan in 2001 and spent ten years there, playing just over four hundred times, scoring forty-one times and winning a whole host of trophies including two Serie A titles, the Coppa Italia and two Champions Leagues.
He then made the switch to Juventus and won the league in each of his four seasons with the club while his final game for the club came against Barcelona in the Champions League final back in May, a game which was won by the La Liga side by three goals to one.