With the Serie A season over, Bleacher Report is looking to bring you all the latest updates concerning Inter Milan's transfer rumours.
Inter have suffered through a poor season by their standards, and there'll be plenty of transfer news concerning the club during the summer.
Inter president Massimo Moratti has made it clear that he's planning to freshen up the side, per FoxSports.
Here's the latest transfer news regarding Inter.
LAST UPDATE: MONDAY, JUNE 10
According to Sky Sports, Joel Obi is a transfer target for a number of Premier League clubs.
The 22-year-old Nigerian midfielder had an injury-hit 2012/13 season, but has still attracted attention.
With his pace, technical ability and versatility, it's no wonder that Joel Obi has been linked with a move.
Aleksandar Kolarov has been linked, via The Express, with a move to Inter.
Inter's new boss, Walter Mazzarri, likes to employ wing-backs in his preferred system, and Kolarov would be a good option for the left side.
Inter president, Massimo Maoratti, does not expect Andrea Ranocchia to leave the club this summer, reports Sky Sports.
Ranocchia had the best individual season of all Inter's central defenders, and is one of the younger members of the squad.
New Inter boss, Walter Mazzarri, is sure to make the defender part of his plans next season.
Inter Milan sporting director, Marco Branca, has stated the clubs interest in Pablo Barrientos, according to Goal.com.
The versatile Argentinian attacker picked up five goals and five assists for Catania this season.
His contribution on the defensive end is pretty decent as well, as he averaged 2.4 tackles and one interception per game.
Catania attacker, Alejandro Gomez, has been linked with a move to Inter Milan reports Stefan Coerts of Goal.com.
Gomez scored eight goals and picked up seven assists for as they finished in eighth position in the Serie A.
Gomez would join an Inter side with a number of Argentinian players, which would make his transition easier.
As reported by Sky Sports, Inter have yet to receive any offers for Samir Handanovic despite rumoured interest.
The Slovenian goalkeeper was brought in at the start of the 2012/13 season to replace Julio Cesar.
The 28-year-old Handanovic is still one of the best keepers in the Serie A, despite Inter's poor defensive play this season.
According to the Express, Tottenham is interested in signing Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin.
The Colombian midfielder joined Inter halfway during the 2011/12 season, and was unable to impress much.
He proved his worth during 2012/13 however, notching 10 goal and eight assists throughout the season while shuttling between an attacking midfield and a central midfield role.
Tottenham manager, Andres Villas-Boas, has managed the player before at Porto, and that relationship could persuade Guarin to move.
The Brazilian midfielder is best in a box-to-box role, but has the ability to play as a defensive midfielder, or as an attacking midfielder.
The 24-year-old would add some much needed youth to Inter's midfield, and is certainly a player who would fit into Walter Mazzarri's plans.
The speedy, tricky, winger has been in fine form for the Championship side this season, bagging 18 goals and adding 14 assists.
That's a major improvement on his seven goals and seven assists last season, and shows the youngster's progression.
Whether a move to Italy would be good for the 21-year-old is one question, but new Inter coach, Walter Mazzarri, would certainly make use of his skills.
The Inter defender had a fantastic individual season with the club, showcasing his strength in the air, and capabilities on the ground.
The 25-year-old was one of the mainstays of the Inter side this season, and would add depth for Juventus in central defense.
The strong midfielder has also attracted plenty of interest from clubs in the Premier League, and it's a strong possibility that he could stay in Britain.
Inter does have one thing, or player rather, that could entice Wanyama to go to Italy.
His brother, McDonald Mariga, is currently an Inter player, and may play a part in getting the powerful midfielder to join the club.
If Squawka's report of rumours from ESPN and FootballItalia.net are true, Antonio Cassano may depart from Inter to Monaco this summer.
Cassano only recently switched to Inter Milan this season but, having played for six clubs in his career already, is no stranger to changing clubs.
He produced seven goals and nine assists in 28 Serie A games this season, and certainly has the skills necessary to provide an impact in France.
As presented by Talksport, Alvaro Pereira has recently dismissed claims that he has any interest in going to Tottenham.
Pereira's versatility was a big help for Inter in 2012/13, as he played a number of positions on the left side throughout the season.
The former Porto player scored one goal, and assisted four times during his debut season.
According to Goal.com, Inter Milan is set to hold talks with Espanyol to sign attacking midfielder Wakaso Mubarak.
The Ghanaian has impressed with the Spanish side during his first full season with the club, picking up three goals and six assists during the year.
He's versatile enough to play on either, wing, or behind the forward if necessary.
His 3.3 tackles per game, analyzed by WhoScored.com, showcase his contribution on the defensive end.
Ter Stegen reportedly prefers a move to Barcelona.
Inter picked up Slovenian goalkeeper Samir Handanovic from Udinese last season, and may have been looking for more competition in the form of Ter Stegen.
The Italian defender is coming off an extremely impressive season with Inter, averaging 3.6 tackles and 2.3 interceptions per game, as well as an 87.9 percent passing accuracy(per WhoScored.com).
Both sides have a number central defenders over the age of 30, and the 25-year-old Ranocchia may be seen as a great long-term option.
The defensive midfielder has been in pretty good form during the club's first season back in the Premier League.
Schneiderlin has appeared in 37 games for the Saints this season with five goals.
Schneiderlin has been extremely effective in his role for Southampton, averaging 4.1 tackles and 3.9 interceptions per game.
Inter have been linked with a move for Aaron Lennon this summer, per the Mirror.
Lennon would provide speed and width on the wings for Inter if he were to join. In 46 games this season, the winger has provided four goals and eight assists.
According to the Daily Mail, Lennon was linked with Inter before the beginning of last season.
Negredo has been a consistent double-digit scorer during his time in La Liga and has the physical tools to make an impact in the Serie A.
All of Inter's current forwards are 30-years-of-age or older, while Negredo is about to enter the prime years of his career.
Negredo has scored 26 goals in 40 games for Sevilla this season.
Club president Edoardo Garrone told fcinter1908.it: "There is a promise made to Inter and I'm used to keeping my promises."
"Now that the season is over, the deal will be closed. We have agreed a deal without any players in exchange."
The 20-year-old has scored 10 goals and added two assists in 31 games this season.
According to the talkSPORT, Inter is also interested in French forward Loic Remy.
With Queens Park Rangers relegated to the Championship next season, there are sure to be plenty of suitors for Remy's signature.
The former Marseille forward has scored six goals in 14 appearances since joining QPR in January.