Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini has revealed he would be interested in a move to Italy.
The French midfielder has not been able to establish himself in Arsene Wenger's first-choice starting XI since joining Arsenal from Marseille in 2004.
He admitted earlier this month that he was looking to leave The Gunners at the end of the season, and Wenger said he would probably be prepared to let him go.
Flamini has discussed a move to Serie A with former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira, who is now at Internazionale, and is keen to embark on a new challenge.
"I talk with Patrick about Juventus and Inter Milan," he said in the News of the World.
"I like Italian football and they have been his last two clubs.
"A lot of my family come from Italy and at this stage of my career I need to be playing regular football - which I'm not at Arsenal."
Flamini has not started for Arsenal for more than two months and admits it has been a frustrating experience.
He explained: "I do not agree with Arsene Wenger over how I have been used but what can I do?
"It has been frustrating me that I have not been playing.
"I am seriously asking myself questions now because I will be a free player at the end of the season.
"I have to look for a new project that is in tune with my ambitions and qualities."