Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez is keen to quit the club in search of more regular first team football, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Mexican forward is understood to have grown frustrated with his lack of first team opportunities, and is concerned it may scupper his World Cup chances.
Reports suggest that Hernandez is hopeful the clubs £37million capture of Juan Mata from Chelsea, will pave the way for him to move on this month.
The 25-year-old still has two and a half years left on his current United contract.
Inter Milan are keen to sign the forward, but United are thought to want at least £15million.
Hernandez has started just 10 of United’s 35 games so far this season, despite frequent injuries to both Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie.
He joined the club in the summer of 2010, and enjoyed a superb debut season in which he scored 20 goals.
In total, he has managed 57 goals in 140 appearances for the Premier League champions.
Wednesday’s Capital One Cup semi final second leg defeat to Sunderland was in fact his first start of the new year.
Premier League rivals Tottenham and Arsenal have previously been linked with a move for the forward.