Inter have joined Arsenal and Besiktas in pursuing Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, according to Daily Express journalist Richard Tanner.
A report on the Italian website Calciomercato.com said earlier this week that the Gunners were targeting the Belgian international in view to a free transfer next summer when his contract expires.
Fellaini confirmed shortly after signing for United in 2013 that Arsenal also pursued him before his £27.5m transfer to Old Trafford. Arsene Wenger could now sign the player for nothing, but the Gunners will face competition for the 29 year old.
Galatasaray were said to have been close to signing the Belgian in the summer before the midfielder opted to stay with the Red Devils. Fellaini however rejected a two year contract extension shortly afterwards, and seems intent on leaving on a free next year.
United are believed to be unwilling to sell the player in January, and it could mean that both Inter and Besiktas have the advantage with foreign clubs able to sign Premier League players on pre-contract agreements six months prior to the end of their existing deals.