In January Inter and Napoli went head-to-head to try and sign Rodrigo de Paul. In the end neither were successful in their attempts but they will both got back in for him in the Summer according to a report from Corriere dello Sport.
Udinese value their versatile attacker between €30-35 million but the transfer market battle between the Nerazzurri and Partenopei could see that price rise.
The Rome based newspaper report that Napoli owner and president Aurelio De Laurentiis, as he has done previously when he really wants a player, something most recently seen in their signing of Simone Verdi, is prepared to meet the demands in full and only use cash.
Inter meanwhile wish to insert a player in the deal to bring the cash part of the deal down although the report does not go into detail which players could be involved.
This season 24-year-old de Paul has made 27 appearances across all competitions and has scored seven goals and tallied four assists.