Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola would have no problem filling the void left by Jose Mourinho at Inter, claims former player Luis Suarez, who played for both clubs.
Earlier this month Guardiola, whose side are leading la Liga by eight points from Real Madrid, suggested his time was coming to an end at Camp Nou, with an exit possible at the end of his current contract in 2012.
And Suarez says the 40-year-old would not turn down a chance to lead Inter if he was approached by their president Massimo Moratti, who last summer let Jose Mourinho leave to join Real Madrid.
"Pep Guardiola told me that if Moratti thinks about him as future coach he will certainly not say no to the possibility of coaching a great team like Inter," Suarez told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The picture on current Inter boss Leonardo's future has become hazy in recent weeks. He has said he will not accept a director's role at the club in offered amid reports suggesting Moratti wants to move him upstairs.
Inter moved into second in Serie A following a 2-1 win over Lazio on Saturday.