Former Palermo striker Fabrizio Miccoli believes that former teammate Edinson Cavani would do well at Inter if he were to join them in the coming months.

Cavani’s contract with current employers Paris Saint-Germain is due to expire at the end of next month and Inter have been strongly linked with making a move for him on a free transfer with some reports suggesting they have already made a contract offer to him.

“He is one of the best strikers in the world. I think he would do well in Antonio Conte’s Inter, he is suitable for his system. Physically he is well, despite him being 33-years-old,” Miccoli remarked in an interview with Italian radio station TMW Radio yesterday afternoon local time.

The Uruguayan national team player has been absolutely prolific whilst in the French capital city with him having netted a highly impressive 200 goals in 301 appearances across all competitions to date.

This season Cavani, who has also been linked with the likes of MLS franchise Inter Miami, has made 22 appearances across all competitions. In his time on the field, Cavani has scored seven goals and has provided a total of three assists for his teammates.