Both Inter and Juventus are following Torino defender Koffi Djidji, with reports suggest the Nerazzurri are already in talks with the player. The Ivorian international could be a free agent in the summer, with talks ongoing over personal terms on a contract extension with the Granata, but he could remain in Italy regardless, with both the Serie A giants linked with him.
Tuttosport and SportMediaset both report that Inter and Juve are keen on the player, however the Nerazzurri have reportedly stolen a march on their rivals by having spoken to the players agent, Paolo Busardò.
Djidji is also in negotiations with Torino to potentially extend his contract, asking for a three-year deal at €1.5-2m per season, having taken on a bigger role at the club following the departure of Gleison Bremer to Juventus.
The 29-year-old arrived from Nantes for €3m in 2019 after an initial loan spell and this season has made 13 Serie A appearances, scoring one goal.