The former Serie A Champions have identified the English international as a capable player for their defence line
This comes after the player’s club agreed to allow the player move on in search of much needed playing time ahead of the World Cup in Qatar later this year.
Chelsea’s stance, though, is that Chalobah can only leave the club on a loan basis rather than a temporary one.
The club are, also, not interested in any sort of buy option or obligation in any loan deal for the Englishman.
Inter Milan are believed to be content with these terms and ready to convert their interest to a concrete proposal in the coming days.
That would have to wait, however, as Chelsea, first, want to add a defender to their ranks before letting Chalobah go.
Sources say that Leicester City’s Wesley Fofana is that defender and confirm that the Blues are close to reaching an agreement for the defender.
Once that is finalized, the door to a loan move will become open for Chalobah.