Inter are weighing up a move for free agent John Carew, according to Italian daily Tuttosport.
After star striker Diego Milito picked up a serious injury, the Neroazzurri may have to enter the market for a new striker.
Andrea Stramaccioni doesn’t seem to be too convinced by Tommaso Rocchi, and he is currently relying solely on Antonio Cassano and Rodrigo Palacio.
Inter’s options are pretty limited, given that a club can only sign free agents, but owner Massimo Moratti confirmed few days ago that they were ready to consider such a possibility.
After Ruud van Nistelrooy rejected a chance to come out of retirement, John Carew has become the number one target.
The Norwegian has been training on his own since he was released at West Ham and he would obviously be delighted to sign for such a great club.
Carew, 33, already has some Serie A experience, having played for Roma in the 2003/2004 season.