Maicon has been strongly linked with a move away from the San Siro, Chelsea and Real Madrid both being mooted as interested parties.
Speculation concerning an impeding exit by Maicon has intensified after Inter refused to grant the Brazilian an improved contract.
Real Madrid are currently busy in the transfer market, trying to sign Franck Ribery from Bayern Munich and Liverpool's Xabi Alonso, but Maicon's representative believes Florentino Perez will come knocking for his charge once the dust settles.
"For the moment there is nothing, but in my opinion the situation is destined to change," Antonio Caliendo told Corriere dello Sport.
"After signing [Karim] Benzema, now Real are focused on Ribery and Xabi Alonso, but I think they will return for Maicon afterwards."
Caliendo is confident Real are interested in Maicon, whom he considers to be the best right-back in the business.
He added: "I have said it before and I will repeat it: I hope for an approach from them [Real Madrid] to try to sign him because he is the best in the world in his position.
"If Real Madrid return for the player, this time the offer will arrive. And if the fee is adequate, then it could all be settled soon.
"I think Maicon would be the icing on top of Real Madrid's cake."