Inter Milan have made a formal enquiry regarding Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic.

The 24-year-old joined Manchester City last Summer when a £22million fee was agreed between the Premier League giants and Fiorentina, however a year later, injuries and poor performances has seen Jovetic suffer a torrid debut season in England.

During his time in Serie A, Jovetic was lethal in front of goal and a threat out wide, but due to serious competition at the Etihad Stadium he only made 13 appearances for the club scoring three goals.

His debut season has been scuppered by injury, which saw him miss nearly all of the opening stages of the campaign. After recovering from injury he made a few appearances in the latter stages of the season, including against Chelsea in the FA Cup and he managed to get himself on the score-sheet during their 2-0 victory.

According to reports in Italy, Jovetic is heavily considering a swift move back to Serie A football and Inter Milan are the team considering his signature and have made a formal enquiry regarding his situation at the club.

Fali Ramadani, Jovetic's agent, has reportedly spoken to officials at the San Siro about a possible move, and he will also talk to City in the next few days to discuss what plans they have for the Montenegro international.

It is believed that despite his stuttering start to life in England, Manuel Pellegrini wants to keep the 24-year-old at the club and give him another chance at adapting to the English game.

However the Chilean manager has admitted that he faces a tough challenge getting into the first-team due to the likes of Sergio Aguero, Alvaro Negredo and Eden Dzeko, all of whom were scoring frequently last season.

Inter are currently a team undergoing a transformation after a very disappointing campaign last year, and new president Erick Thohir, is desperate to make big-name signings to help bring the glory days back to the club, and he believes Jovetic is a man who can do that.

A potential deal could be agreed due to Jovetic's willingness to leave and the interest shown by Inter.

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