Former Inter attacker Ruben Sosa has shared his belief that compatriot Edinson Cavani would be a good signing for Inter this Summer.

Cavani’s current contract with Paris Saint-Germain is due to expire at the end of next month and Inter have been heavily linked with moving for him on a free transfer with many reports suggesting Inter have already offered him a contract.

“I think Cavani would do very well at Inter, he would be a great signing for anyone. It is the right time for him to go to Inter. It would give him prestige and new stimuli after the success he had in France,” Sosa remarked in an interview with Italian news outlet

“Fans fear he is past his best? It is not the case. He is physically well and is very motivated. He can still perform at the highest levels for another two to three years.”

Next he was asked about the prospect of a strike force of Romelu Lukaku and Cavani.

“I like the idea of it very much. He could integrate really well with Icardi and compose a deadly partnership. Cavani has shown that he can play with everyone and always do his best. One of his biggest strengths is he plays for the team. He scores a lot but also thinks of his teammates.”

He then spoke on Inter’s history of having Uruguayan players in their ranks.

“We Uruguayans have always had a special relationship with Inter. I think of myself but also Chino Recoba and more recently Matias Vecino.”

Next Sosa spoke on Vecino and what he thinks of him as a player.

“I consider him to be a good midfielder, he is one of those players who always gives everything on the field. Matias is a warrior.”

He then went on to speak about compatriot Diego Godin who is reportedly facing an uncertain future with Inter.

Reports in the media have suggested that the former Atletico Madrid player could depart the club after just a year with Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United bot having been linked with him.

“Everyone knows that he is a great player. He has not always played this year because of his age, but he can still give a lot to Inter.

“He must stay at Inter in order to get back to the level he was at at Atletico Madrid and to establish himself in Milan. I am convinced that Diego can still do very well.

“He is a leader and a true captain who makes a team and knows how to help young players to improve. If I were Inter, I would hold on tight to him.”