Inter could reignite their interest in Rodrigo De Paul and make a move for him in the upcoming January transfer window according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri are looking to strengthen their midfield department and are on the look-out for a mezzala, with de Paul being a player who would fit the bill.
Udinese are struggling at the moment and the report warns that this may make things difficult for Inter or any other interested party to sign de Paul – who should cost around €30-35 million. Inter would look to sign him on a loan with redemption option basis to protect their accounts.
The report goes on to state that Inter could bring the price down by inserting a counterpart. The Nerazzurri could offer Federico Dimarco as part of the deal. Udinese are understood to like both Roberto Gagliardini and Matteo Politano but it is unlikely that they would both say yes to a move to the Bianconeri.
The Roman newspaper also details that Udinese midfielder Rolando Mandragora is someone of interest to the Nerazzurri and fits the bill when it comes to meeting Inter’s desire to add more Italian players to their ranks.