Ezequiel Schelotto’s agent has confirmed that the midfielder may be set to leave Inter.
Schelotto signed for the San Siro club in January from Serie A rivals Atalanta, quickly establishing himself as a regular in Andrea Stramaccioni’s side.
It had been believed that new manager Walter Mazzarri would make the 24-year-old a big part of his first-team plans.
Schelotto’s representative Daniel Boaglio, though, has revealed that the former Cesena man has been informed he will not be needed next season.
“He (Schelotto) has four years left on his contract but there is a strong chance of making an exit,” Boaglio told TuttoMercatoWeb.
“He had come up with the idea of being at Inter for life.
“This is his will, but the situation has changed. The signal that has come to us from Inter is to sell the player.”
Schelotto has been linked with moves to Genoa and Torino, but Boaglio insists his client has not spoken to either club.
“I do not know anything (of links with Torino and Genoa),” he added. “They only seem to be journalistic voices.”
Schelotto made 13 appearances for Inter last season, scoring his only goal against Milan in a 1-1 draw in February.