Everyone is going crazy for Geoffrey Kondogbia in Spain right now. After the Frenchman’s miserable time at Inter, he has been impressing in La Liga with Valencia so far this season & showing the form that earnt him the €30 million move to Inter in the summer of 2015.
His form has been so good that it seems to have convinced the club to activate the buy out clause in his contract & pay Inter the agreed price of €25 million. However, according to El Gol Digital, the ex-Monaco midfielder won’t be staying in Spain for long as they plan to use him in a deal to bring in Goncalo Guedes from PSG on a permanent basis.
The winger is currently on loan at Valencia from PSG & has impressed so far this season. It is thought that the French champions would want something in the region of €30 million for Guedes. With that in mind the Valencia owner, Peter Lim, would use Kondogbia as a bargaining chip to bring down the price tag on Guedes. It is thought that Kondogbia would replace another former Inter midfielder in Thiago Motta in the French capital who is nearing the end of his career.