Serie A giants Inter Milan are reportedly ready to offer Mauricio Pochettino double his current Tottenham wages to try and lure him to Italy.
The Nerazzurri sacked their head coach Stefano Pioli on Tuesday evening and have placed Stefano Vecchi in charge for the final three games of the season.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has been strongly linked with the job but seems likely to stay at Champions-elect Chelsea, so Inter have now turned their attentions to Pochettino and outgoing Barcelona chief Luis Enrique, reports Football Italia.
According to Sky Sport Italia pundit Gianluca Di Marzio, Inter are ready to offer the Spurs chief 10m euros a year but if he turns the job down then Enrique, along with Diego Simeone of Atletico Madrid and Roma’s Luciano Spalletti, will be targeted.
Enrique has previous experience working in Italy after his one-year spell in charge at Roma and is still friends with Inter director Walter Sabatini, who used to be the director of sport at the Giallorossi during Enrique’s time there.