The Chilean has struggled to break into the Juventus first team and has admitted that he could move to the Nerazzurri this summer
Juventus wing-back Mauricio Isla has hinted that he could leave the club this summer after a frustrating year with the Italian champions.
The Chilean moved to Turin 12 months ago from Udinese but struggled with injuries throughout the season, making just 16 appearances in all competitions.
And he has now revealed that he is considering leaving the club and refused to rule out a switch to Serie A rivals Inter.
“Me to Inter? My agent is thinking about arranging my future there,” he told Prensa Futbol.
“At the moment, I only know that Juventus and Udinese are talking. We will see in the coming days.”
Isla went on to say that he hopes to have a more productive campaign in 2013-14, wherever his future may lie.
“I hope that this year will be different for me,” he continued. “I suffered a lot last season because of injuries and I didn’t play much.
“I’m only interested in playing more and getting back in the game.”