Inter are the latest high-profile club to have joined the race for Athletic Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente, Il Corriere dello Sport understands.
The Neroazzurri are aware that first choice striker Diego Milito is nearing the closing stage of his career and are looking to sign a replacement for the 33-year-old.
Il Corriere dello Sport suggests that Athletic Bilbao star Fernando Llorente is at the top of their wish list.
The Spain international has entered the final year of his deal at San Mames and should be available at a cut-back price in January, but the problem is Juventus, Milan and few other European giants are also keen.
The Neroazzurri are also monitoring their former striker Mario Balotelli, who has again started to cause problems at Etihad Stadium.
Should Manchester City decide to cash in on their prized asset in the future, Inter would have the first option on the player, under the clause inserted in the deal that saw Balotelli join the Eastlands outfit in the summer of 2010.