Rene Krhin has completed his move to La Liga side, Cordoba, joining the Spanish outfit on loan until the end of the season.
Krhin's departure means that Inter is likely to complete a deal for Tino-Sven Sušic from Hajduk Split.
The Bosnian international seems set to sign for Inter earlier this month, but weeks has passed and it may seem that Inter has set their sights elsewhere with the signing of Marcelo Brozović.
With an empty spot vacated by Krhin, Sušić could be on his way to Italy, according to Hajduk Split's sporting director.
This what Goran Vucecic told Sportske Novosti regarding Sušić's potential move:
"The transfer is agreed."
"Mancini personally asked for Tino in Milan. Obviously every new player that arrives at Inter can close the door on Susic, but I don’t think there will be any problems.
"Now it’s up to Inter.
"The cost? There haven’t been any formal offers, so I can’t say anything for sure, but it could be a loan of €800,000, then €4.2m to make it permanent but that’s just speculation."
It is likely that the deal for Sušić will be similar to Brozović, which is a loan deal for a period of time, before an option to make it permanent after the loan period.
Sušić has made his preference to move to Inter no secret, and this latest statement means that a deal should be completed ahead of the deadline day.