Javier Hernandez looks set to follow Nemanja Vidic to the San Siro, after Inter Milan made contact with the Manchester United striker's agent, ahead of a proposed £12million bid this summer, reports the Sunday People.
The Mexico international is under contract with the Premier League champions until 2016, but looks set to leave at the end of the season following a severe lack of first-team football.
Red Devils boss David Moyes has favoured Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck when fit, and could allow the 25-year-old to leave Old Trafford in search for more regular action.
Inter have already spoken to Hernandez's father - who acts as his agent - in an attempt to convince him to complete a switch to Serie 'A', with additional interest coming from Spain in the form of Valencia.
Manchester United are hoping to negotiate closer to £15million for the super sub's services, and could use the rival suitors as a tool to drive up the transfer fee.
However, it appears that Italy would be Hernandez's preferred destination following positive talks between the club and his representative, which should lead to Inter making a formal offer when the transfer window reopens this summer.