Paul Ince's son lands in Milan for talks with Inter Milan
Paul Ince in action when he was in Inter Milan
Two decades after former England international Paul Ince turned out for Inter Milan, there might just be another Ince to wear the black and blue jersey of Inter Milan.
Tom Ince, 22, was reported by Italian newspaper La Gazzetto dello Sport to have landed at Milan Linate Airport in Milan accompanied by his father and at that at this point his arrival at San Siro is almost confirmed.
Shortly after landing in Milan, Ince was quoted by La Gazzetto Dello Sport as saying that for him it was an "adventure of a lifetime to be part of this (Inter) team".
"When I was little, I was five years old, living the atmosphere of the San Siro because my father played here . A dream. I have spoken many times with Thohir (president of Inter Milan), he wants to build an Inter strong and competitive in Italy and in Europe," he said.
The England U21 winger's contract with his club Blackpool is going to expire this summer and while top clubs in England and in Europe are looking to sign him, it seems the next port of call for the coveted winger is Inter Milan.
He spent the second half of last season on loan with Premier League club Crystal Palace, appearing eight times and scoring one goal for them.
It seems his performance has attracted some big name suitors.
Sky Sports reported that the other clubs that were after his signature were the big spending Monaco and Portuguese giants Benfica.
Earlier this month, Inter Milan's technical director Piero Ausilio confirmed that they wanted to sign Ince for the upcoming season.
Soure: La Gazetta dello Sport, Sky Sports