Former Atletico Madrid boss Quique Flores has revealed Inter have contacted his agent about a coaching position at the club.
The Serie A club's current coach, Gian Piero Gasperini, has come under fire less just months into his stint after the side lost their first three matches of the season, including the Italian Supercoppa against arch-rivals AC Milan.
Inter supremo Massimo Moratti has given Gasperini a vote of confidence and stressed the 53-year-old's job is not on the line.
However, Flores, who has been out of work since the end of the last season, has hinted that Inter are looking for a new coach already after claiming his agent was contacted by the San Siro outfit.
"There has been an approach with [agent] Jorge Mendes," he told MARCA TV. "If Inter call me, even though [Diego] Forlan is there, of course I will go."
Forlan and Flores have failed to see eye-to-eye for several months now, with the Uruguayan striker stating his former coach had a problem with him, and referred to the Spaniard as a troublemaker.
Questioned about his troublesome relationship with Forlan, Flores said it all began after the Uefa Super Cup against Inter in August of 2010.
"On that day, as he celebrated, I saw a different Diego," Flores noted.