Inter Milan fans will be able to see a new face donning their famous blue and black striped jersey next season in Hakan Calhanoglu after the former AC Milan playmaker decided to make the brave decision to switch Milan clubs on a free transfer.

The Turkey international did not have the best UEFA 2020 European Championships with his nation as they had been dumped out of the competition following the group stage, despite having been considered a dark horse by many to go far in the competition, with many using to try and get the best they could in regards to the odds that were made available.

Calhangolu will want to replicate his form for I Rossoneri when turning out for I Nerazzurri next season, although he might find that a place in the team being led by Simeone Inzaghi could already be in danger before his career in the blue part of Milan even got started.

That is because according to a report by Spanish media outlet, Sport, Inter Milan are thought to be interested in reuniting with a former playmaker that once graced the San Siro pitch majestically.

Philipe Coutinho is said to have been made available by FC Barcelona as a player who is free to move clubs this summer, and the Serie A giants are said to be interested in bringing the Brazilian back to where his European adventure started.

However, there may be a problem in bringing the playmaker back to the Italian city, as it has also been reported that I Nerazzurri are not keen on opening their cheque book and splashing down a fee for the 29-year-old, with the Italians keen to sign him on a season-long loan deal that includes an option to buy once it has been completed.

With FC Barcelona in a current financial predicament themselves, as are Inter Milan, it would be hard to envisage the Spanish giants allowing him to go unless they were desperate enough to clear his wages off the books temporarily; although Inter have also told the player he will need to bring those demands down, as well.

There is said to be plenty of interest in the Brazilian, with the likes of Leicester City rumoured to be keen to bring him back to the Premier League after he starred with Liverpool before his big-money – and ultimately – flopped move to the Catalan giants.