Inter are said to be in pole position for Hellas Verona attacking midfielder Mattia Zaccagni, while there could also be a bid for goalkeeper Marco Silvestri.
According to L’Arena newspaper, the Nerazzurri are hoping to rely on their strong rapport with Verona to get more deals over the line.
Zaccagni is a 25-year-old product of the Hellas academy who has contributed three goals and four assists in 14 Serie A games this season.
Inter would be able to make it a low-cost operation, because although the cost would be at least €10m, they already have outstanding deals in place with Verona.
Federico Dimarco and Eddie Salcedo are both on loan from Inter with potential purchase options for €4.5m and €10m respectively.
The Nerazzurri are also set to target goalkeeper Silvestri as the heir to current captain Samir Handanovic.