Osvaldo publicly fell out with Inter's starlet Mauro Icardi in the last few weeks and it looks as if management is ready to part with the striker. Osvaldo is on loan from Southampton and the English team has no desire to bring the striker back into the fold after the wonderful performances of Graziano Pellè.
Osvaldo has been training on his own after the spat with Icardi and Mancini doesn't seem to have the striker in his plans, especially after the acquisition of Lukas Podolski and Xherdan Shaqiri. The 29 year old, who recently celebrated his birthday, has been in actual good form lately and has scored seven goals in the 18 goals that he's been involved in so far this season.
If Inter does decide to end the striker's loan, he should be available for cheap but there is of course the interest from other teams. With Pazzini floundering and drawing interest from Genoa and Parma, it may be time to find a replacement and a we all know Galliani loves a loan with an option to buy.