The 23-year-old, who is currently preparing for this month's Copa America in Venezuela, moved to Upton Park from Brazilian side Corinthians at the start of last season in what later proved a hugely controversial switch.
But after securing Premier League survival for Alan Curbishley's side with the solitary strike during a 1-0 win over Manchester United on the final day of the season, speculation has increased that he will leave the Londoners this summer.
Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea have all been linked with Tevez but, with international team-mates Hernan Crespo, Julio Cruz, Walter Samuel, Esteban Cambiasso, Javier Zanetti, Nicolas Burdisso, Mariano Gonzalez and Santiago Solari already plying their trade at the San Siro, it seems Serie A may now be his favoured destination.
"I know Inter is interested in me," said Tevez.
"It would be nice to play in Italy, especially in a team that has so many Argentinians.
"There will be some meetings, some discussions, but I really don't know anything official yet."