Portguese reports insist Inter are days away from landing Ricardo Quaresma, while deals for Frank Lampard and Amantino Mancini take shape.
The Italian champions are looking to bring in three new recruits to give new boss Jose Mourinho the squad he needs to fight for European domination.
According to A Bola, Inter have practically completed a deal with Porto to bring Portuguese international forward Quaresma to San Siro.
Nerazzurri President Massimo Moratti is a known admirer of Quaresma and the talented 24-year-old is said to be keen to work with compatriot Mourinho.
Juventus have reportedly tried to derail the move, but Inter are allegedly on the brink of announcing a £25m swoop.
Meanwhile, the 'Special One' has turned up the pressure as he hopes to lure Chelsea midfielder Lampard.
Mourinho travelled to London to talk to the England international, whose future looks increasingly likely to lie away from Stamford Bridge given the imminent arrival of Deco, and may have convinced Lamps to force the transfer through.
It seems like just a matter of days before Roma's unsettled Brazilian star Mancini relocates to Milan and pulls on the Beneamata shirt.
According to Italian Press sources, the difference between the Giallorossi's valuation and Inter's bid is now just £3m and could be resolved in a meeting scheduled for the end of the week.
Source: C4 Football Italia