Italian newspaper Il Corriere dello Sport understands that Inter are pondering a move for Norwegian striker John Carew.
After star striker Diego Milito was ruled out for the season, Andrea Stramaccioni only has three senior strikers at his disposal.
With his side still in three major competitions, the Neroazzurri are forced to search for a new centre forward.
Given that the transfer window has closed, Inter can only sign unattached players, and they are believed to be pondering a move for John Carew.
The veteran striker has been a free agent since leaving West Ham last summer, but he has been training on his own and could worth the gamble.
Euro 2004 winner Angelos Charisteas is another option, as he, too, is searching for a new club.
The 33-year-old spent last season at Panaitolikos, but scored just 4 goals in 24 league fixtures. Interesting thing is he has never scored more than 9 league goals in a single season.