Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic could sign a pre-contract agreement with Inter Milan, according to the Mirror.
The thirty-one year old is into the final year of his contract with the Blues, and is yet to sign a new deal.
His agent Zoran Krneta believes that the full-back could still remain at Stamford Bridge, though he has admitted that he could be tempted by a move away.
Ivanovic moved to England in the winter of 2008, and has since racked up three hundred and twenty-six appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring thirty-one goals and winning a whole host of major honours along the way.
He has winners medals from the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Europa League and Champions League though he was suspended for the final of the latter as Chelsea beat Bayern Munich on penalties in 2012.
However, he is one of a number of Jose Mourinho’s squad to have faced criticism this season, as the champions have struggled in their title defence – suffering seven defeats from their opening twelve games.