Davide Santon could be on his way out of Italian giants Inter on a permanent basis at the end of the season, as ambitious Serie A side Udinese have shown an interest in signing the full-back, Il Corriere dello Sport reports.
Udinese are looking to strengthen their back line in the summer transfer window and see the 20-year-old as the perfect addition to their squad.
Santon is a product of the Inter youth academy, and made his official first team debut in January 2009.
He impressed in the first months after his emergence, even making it into Italy's national side, however, the young defender has since struggled to secure regular first team action, and was farmed out on loan to Cesena in the January transfer window.
Aside from Udinese, Fiorentina are also in the market for Santon, but it is not yet clear whether Inter are willing to cash in on the talented stopper just yet.