West Ham United have struggled in attack this season, with a number of disappointing performances.
The loan moves secured by the Hammer have not turned out to be profitable, with Simone Zaza returning to Juventus in January following an unsuccessful stint, whilst it remains unlikely that Jonathan Calleri will earn a permanent switch.
Argentine youngster Calleri has scored just once in 15 games this season and is yet to start a game in the Premier League, with his loan spell rapidly approaching.
However, it seems the 23-year-old will not be returning to South America as Italian newspaper La Repubblica claim Inter Milan are eyeing a shock move.
Kia Joorabchian, who became infamous in East London for his involvement in the Carlos Tevez saga a decade ago, is set to be influential in a deal for Calleri this summer.
Joorabchian has a stake in the investment group that owns Calleri and also has an influence at Inter Milan, where he’s reportedly pushing for a summer deal.
Inter have a wealth of South American talent in their attack, with Mauro Icardi and Gabriel Barbosa on their books, whilst Rodrigo Palacio seems likely to leave this summer.