Serbian centre-back entering final few months of current deal.
Inter Milan are reportedly prepared to break their wage structure in order to sign Manchester United star Nemanja Vidic this summer, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The former Serbian international is available to talk to interested clubs as he enters the final few months of his current deal with the Premier League giants.
However, according to the pink paper, Inter lead a whole host of teams interested in the 32-year-old, and are willing to break their current wage structure in order to sign him as he is now able to secure a pre-agreement with a foreign club.
Juventus and AC Milan are amongst the other interested parties in Italy while Monaco have also been paired with a bid, although it is unclear at this stage as to whether or not that trio will be willing to compete with Inter financially in signing the defensive stalwart.
Nerazzurri owner Erick Thohir will reportedly approve breaking the current wage cap, which currently stands at €2.5m, to try and tempt Vidic to the blue half of Milan.
His strong interest is supposedly a result of the defender’s appeal as a United player in the East, and Thohir sees him as an important piece in the squad that he can use to promote Inter in that market.
It is understood that Vidic is furious with United over their unwillingness to offer him a new deal, and it is therefore expected that he will leave the club this summer as David Moyes looks to continue to rebuild the squad.
However, his agent has yet to rule out the possibility of signing an extension with the club, but has reminded them that Vidic will have no problem finding suitors if they decide to allow him to leave this summer.