The Nerazzurri is hoping to take advantage of the uncertainty surrounding the Catalan coach's future by turning his head with a lucrative contract offer to move to San SiroInter president Massimo Moratti is reportedly willing to break the bank to bring Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola to the Giuseppe Meazza.
The Blaugrana boss is out of contract at the end of the season and, according to MARCA, Moratti is hoping to lure the former Spain international to San Siro with the promise of a net salary of 10 million euros per year.
However, the paper claims that Guardiola has instructed his representative, Jose Maria Orobitg, to ignore any offers from elsewhere until he decides whether to remain at Camp Nou beyond the summer.
In addition, the newspaper is also alleging that the 41-year-old Spaniard, who enjoyed a brief spell in Serie A with Brescia during his playing days, is more likely to take a short sabbatical from the game should he opt to part company with Barca.
Guardiola has won 13 titles since taking charge of the Catalan outfit in 2008 and is now widely regarded as one of the best coaches in the game.
There is currently no vacancy at Inter but boss Claudio Ranieri is under intense pressure, with the Nerazzurri now having gone seven games without a win in all competitions.