Serbian international player Alexander Kolarov is on course to leave Inter Milan at the end of the season with clubs in Italy and Serbia interested in him. The specific report from Italian media outlet Sempre Inter said that both Hellas Verona of Italy and Red Star Belgrade in his native Serbia want to sign the former Manchester City and Lazio player when the summer transfer window resumes in two months’ time.

Kolarov is in his debut season at Inter Milan following his move from fellow Italian Serie A club AS Roma last summer. The Serbian has not played much like he would have liked under manager Antonio Conte this season. He has had limited playing time at the San Sirodue to the combination of injuries and limited opportunities. The former Roma and City attacker has played just seven games for the Nerazzuri this season.

On the clubs keen to sign the 35-year-old defender, Mozzart Sports in his native Serbia says that Red Star Belgrade are ready to welcome their former player back to the club. He was at Red Star Belgrade as a youngster. Kolarov was at the Serbian top flight team at the start of his career as an academy prospect but he didn't feature for the first team before he made his exit.

Kolarov still has suitors in the Italian top flight as mentioned earlier. Hellas Verona would like to sign him but that could be dependent on Inter Milan and whether the club is willing to cancel his contract and let him leave for free this summer. Hellas Verona are unlikely to offer a transfer fee.

Apart from Kolarov, other Inter Milan defenders like Ashley Young, Matteo Darmian and Milan Skriniar all have doubts over theirlong-term futures at the club. The trio of Young, Darmian and Skriniar have featured more than Kolarov for Inter Milan this season with the Nerazzuri closing in on a first league title in over a decade.