Premium Sport report that contact between Inter and PSG over Javier Pastore is ongoing. They further report though that things are difficult, due to the fact PSG solely want to sell the Argentine for around €30 million.
With Inter unable to cough up the demanded fee due to the limitations imposed on them by financial fair play, they are working on securing the 28-year-old on loan having already secured a ‘yes’ from the player himself after multiple meetings with his agent Marcelo Simonian.
Premium Sport journalist Marco Barzaghi has explained the details of the proposal that the Nerazzurri have in mind: “A loan, with an outlay of about €6-8 million, and possible redemption in two years time. A sort of pre-emption for Mauro Icardi could be inserted, but only if the Argentine decides to leave Milan.”
Pastore has found a regular starting berth difficult to come by this term at the Parc Des Princes and is eager to secure more regular playing time with a view of securing a place in the Argentine squad for this summer’s World Cup.