Digne’s future at Goodison Park is under the scanner after having had a fallout with boss Rafael Benitez over the team’s tactical set-up.


The Frenchman lost his place in the starting eleven while the Toffees are closing in on bringing in a new left-back in the shape of Vitaliy Mykolenko from Dynamo Kyiv in January.



Everton are open to letting Digne go and Serie A giants Inter have contacted them over a potential move to Milan, while Premier League rivals Chelsea also have him in on their radar as they look to replace injured Ben Chilwell.


Inter are yet to reach any kind of agreement with Everton over Digne as they are not willing to accept the Toffees’ demands to include an obligation to buy in an initial loan deal.



However, according to Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport, Digne has given his approval to a move to the San Siro.


Inter want to take Digne to Italy on a loan deal with an option to make the move the permanent and he is ready to join the club for the remainder of the season.



But Chelsea could provide Inter with a stern challenge for Digne’s signature when the January window swings open.