Chinese investors Suning Holdings have purchased a 70% stake in Inter Milan for a reported fee of €270million, and many now expect them to invest heavily in the transfer market.
Italian website Calciomercato say Inter boss Roberto Mancini has been asked to sign quality players in the summer, and one of them could be Tottenham star Erik Lamela. The Argentine signed for Tottenham in 2013 for €30m, and after a difficult couple of years at the North London club, it seems he has finally settled.
The 24-year-old managed 11 goals and 10 assists in 44 appearances last season, and it's very unlikely he'd want to leave after qualifying for the Champions League, but Inter Milan has always be a club valued by South Americans.
It is reported Mancini really likes Lamela, and has tried to sign him in the past, so an approach wouldn't be too much of a surprise. What would be a surprise is Tottenham and Maurcio Pochettino entertaining the idea of a sale.