Inter Milan are ready to battle with Tottenham for the signature of unsettled Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic, according to sources in Italy.
talkSPORT reported last week that Pjanic, 22, is available for sale after failing to settle in the Italian capital.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international, who joined Roma from French club Lyon in 2011, was linked with Spurs during the summer after Luka Modric's departure to Real Madrid but a transfer failed to materialise.
He has started just three of Roma's nine Serie A matches this term and is thought to be receptive to the idea of leaving the Stadio Olimpico in search of first-team football.
Roma's Serie A rivals Inter Milan have tracked Pjanic since 2008 and their boss Andrea Stramaccioni could revive his side's interest in the playmaker in June.
However, he will have to fend off competition from a string of English and Spanish sides, including Tottenham, to clinch the 22-year-old's signature.