Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has emerged Inter Milan’s top targets this summer.
The 30-year-old was criticized for flouting lockdown rules twice, first was when he reportedly held a party involving two sex workers, whilst the second was when he traveled to South Yorkshire to visit his sister and parents at different addresses.
And as such, Inter boss Antonio Conte is hopeful of luring him to the San Siro for a fresh start abroad, according to The Sun.
However, the report details that City manager Pep Guardiola has no intention of selling the England international this summer.
City are already expecting to cut their losses on Joao Cancelo, with an asking price of around £60m for the Portuguese defender who they bought from Juventus last summer for a similar fee.
Guardiola is keen not to lose two right backs, particularly given the precarious nature of the market this summer following the coronavirus crisis.
Meanwhile, Inter have recently targeted the Premier League for first-team acquisitions.
Walker has been at City for nearly three years, having joined from Spurs in the summer of 2017 for £54million.