The Nerazzurri boss Walter Mazzarri is desperately short of options up front, with Rodrigo Palacio, Mauro Icardi and Ruben Botta the only senior forwards in the squad.
As a result, Inter Milan officials plan to sign a high-quality centre forward and Tottenham’s Roberto Soldado is one of the players they are looking at.
The Spaniard only joined Spurs last summer from Valencia, but he has utterly failed to live up to the €30 million price tag.
Soldado only managed 6 goals in 28 Premier League appearances, and only featured in two matches during the final two months of the campaign.
As a result, Inter Milan hope the former Spain international will be available on a cut price deal this summer, although Tottenham are highly unlikely to sell him on the cheap.