Russian daily newspaper Izvestia has learned that Inter Milan defender Nemanja Vidic could be returning to Spartak Moscow in the summer transfer window.
The Serbian defender joined the Nerazzurri on a free transfer from Manchester United last summer, signing a three-year deal worth around €3.5 million per campaign.
However, Inter Milan officials quickly lived to regret offering the player such a lucrative deal seeing as Vidic has largely struggled at the start of his career in Italian Serie A.
As a result, the Nerazzurri are desperate to offload the 33-year-old and are even ready to let him leave on a free transfer.
According to Izvestia, his former club Spartak Moscow have decided to act as they want the Serbian to return to Moscow in the summer.
The talks are already underway, but while Vidic wants a two-year deal worth €3 million per season, Spartak plan to sign the centre-back on a one-year contract and hope he will lower his salary demands to €2 million.