Inter could bring in both Paris Saint-Germain’s Edinson Cavani and RB Leipzig’s Timo Werner in the upcoming Summer transfer window according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset, which was aired a short time ago.

Some reports in the media have suggested that by signing one of them, it would rule Inter out from signing the other but this report insists that this is not the case.

Cavani could be brought in on a free transfer but in order to join Inter, the Uruguayan national team striker will need to take a pay cut from his current annual salary of €10 million plus add-ons.

As for Werner, the report goes on to explain that Inter will offer Valentino Lazaro to the German Bundesliga club in order to bring down the cost of a deal for him.

Werner has a variable release clause in his contract which will be €60 million if RB Leipzig win the Bundesliga but €50 million if they fail to do so.