Inter Milan may not have the services of loan pair Alexis Sanchez and Victor Moses for the resumption of their Europa League campaign in August.
The pair are both on loan from Premier League clubs and have agreed to deals which allow them to complete the Serie A campaign, but Sky Sport Italia report that there is no agreement in place for the Europa League.
It has been reported that Inter’s CEO Beppe Marotta is working hard behind the scenes to form an agreement with Manchester United and Chelsea, which would involve giving them further compensation for the use of their players.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side may be more wary of giving up Sanchez to Inter, given that they too will be competing in the same competition and could end up facing the Italian side in the latter stages.
Antonio Conte is understood to be desperate to reach an agreement with both the Red Devils and the Blues to allow the two players to feature, as they chase a much-needed piece of silverware.
In the Champions League, meanwhile, Inter were dumped out in the group stages and are now plying their trade in the Europa League.