Inter Milan are hoping to cancel their permanent deal to sign Manchester City loanee Stevan Jovetic, according to reports from Tuttosport.
The 26-year-old completed a move from the Premier League during the summer, agreeing an 18-month loan deal.
Both clubs reached an agreement to let the striker join on a permanent basis once his spell comes to an end in December, but Inter are now hoping to change the proposed deal.
The Serie A giants are said to have already begun negotiations with City over an alternative outcome as Jovetic’s future at both clubs looks to be in heavy doubt.
However, given rumours of Jovetic’s potential availability, a number of teams in England, such as Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, and Crystal Palace have now emerged as potential destinations.
The forward managed to register 12 Serie A starts while featuring from the bench another six times so far this term, scoring four goals while providing another two assists.