The Nigerian has gone AWOL after failing to get a move away from Chievo before Friday's transfer deadline and ControCampo says Inter Milan are ready to step in to solve the crisis.

Inter maintain a relationship with Obinna after first bringing him to Italy and have already proposed a co-ownership deal with Parma to take the striker. This offer was rejected by Chievo president Luca Campedelli, but with the situation having now deteriorated, a move away in January for Obinna appears the only option.

Obinna would prefer a switch to Fiorentina and while relations with Inter are tense over their failed pursuit of Luca Toni, a compromise could be reached should the Viola be prepared to include Kuzmanovic in their offer. The youngster is close to Inter assistant coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.