Inter Milan could make a dramatic u-turn and sell Manchester United target Fredy Guarin in the summer after his relationship with the fans hit a new low. The Colombian international was at fault for Livorno’s equaliser as the Nerazzurri drew 2-2 with the Domenico Di Carlo’s men on Monday. And the midfielder has since come in for a torrent of abuse from the supporters, who feel he still does not care about the club – putting David Moyes on high alert. The Scot had been tracking the player but decided to pursue other targets when Guarin indicated he wanted to stay in Italy before signing a contract extension with Walter Mazzrri’s team. But Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport report that Inter fans remain suspicious of the 27-year-old after he was perceived to be seeking a move away in January, though the player had accused the club of trying to force him out. His non-move to Juventus was one of the longest transfer sagas over the winter but all seemed well again recently with the player declaring his love for the club ahead of signing his new deal last week. But the club could now consider offers after Guarin’s relationship with fans hit a new nadir. Watch UCL Paris Saint Germain v Chelsea, 2nd April. 24 hour Sky Sports day pass for only 9.99. No contract.