The 24-year-old had his heart set on staying with the Nerazzurri for many years according to his representative, but now looks likely to depart
The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Nerazzurri recently, with Torino and Genoa among those reportedly keen on swooping for the Italy international.
However, the player's agent, Daniel Boaglio, has denied any knowledge of the aforementioned clubs being interested in his client - but did reveal that Schelotto was nearing the exit-door after becoming surplus to requirements.
He told Tuttomercatoweb: "Schelotto has four years left on his contract but there is a strong chance of making an exit.
"He had come up with the idea of being at Inter for life. This is his will, but the situation has changed. The signal that has come to us from Inter is to sell the player.
"I do not know anything [of links with Torino and Genoa]," he added. "They only seem to be journalistic voices."
The Argentina-born midfielder, whose current deal expires in 2017, was restricted to just 13 appearances for Inter last season after joining from Atalanta in January, with his only goal coming in the 1-1 derby draw with AC Milan.