Chelsea forward Samuel Eto'o has admitted he would be open to a return to Inter Milan at some point.
Speaking to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport following Chelsea's 2-0 win over Galatasaray, the Cameroon international said he would welcome the chance to play for Inter at the San Siro again.
When asked if he would return to Inter, Eto'o said: "Why not? If Moratti calls me."
Moratti has been replaced by Erick Thohir as club president at Inter, but Eto'o suggested he's still a hugely influential figure behind the scenes.
"No, no there is always Moratti," Eto'o said when a journalist mentioned Thohir was the new chief at the San Siro.
As the report notes, Thohir has committed to an ambitious rebuild of the Inter Milan squad, and has already secured the free transfer signing of Nemanja Vidic from Manchester United. The Serbian will linkup in the summer.
Eto'o, 32, joined Chelsea from Anzhi last summer and although goals have been difficult to come by for Chelsea's strikers this season, has scored several important ones for the club.
The Stamford Bridge trio of Eto'o, Fernando Torres and Demba Ba have just 14 Premier League goals between them this season.
And Mourinho is expected to dip into the transfer market this summer for a new big-money striker.