Inter have reportedly offered €50m for Paris Saint-Germain’s Edinson Cavani, suggesting they’re open to selling Mauro Icardi to Napoli.
The Nerazzurri are under pressure by the Partenopei to let go of their star striker, but so far they’ve shown no openings.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, though, the club from Milan had a meeting with the PSG directors and requested to buy Cavani. The summit took place one week ago, when the two teams faced each other in a friendly in the USA.
The Uruguayan 29-year-old joined the French club in 2013 for €64m, and is believed to be among the few players that could appropriately replace Icardi.
Sporting director Patrick Kluivert apparently turned down a €50m offer for their striker, so the transfer for the moment appears unlikely.
Even so, the Corriere claims these talks are evidence that Inter are taking seriously the idea of selling Icardi, for whom they were recently believed to be offered €70m.