The improved form of Nicolas Anelka has meant Drogba has been forced to play second fiddle to the France striker, with Scolari reluctant to play the pair in the same starting line-up.
Anelka has bagged 16 goals in 23 games so far this season, while Drogba has found the net only twice in 12 appearances.
A move to Inter would mean the former Paris St Germain striker would be reunited with former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, who signed Drogba from Marseille in 2003 for a fee believed to be in the region of £24m.
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