Inter face competition from Juventus for Udinese talisman Rodrigo De Paul, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
The report details how the Bianconeri have had to change midfield reinforcement targets for next month’s transfer window, with other ideas like Manchester United’s Paul Pogba being unachievable.
One player that they have been following for some time is the 26-year-old De Paul, who is contracted to Udinese until 2024.
Talks have been going on for some time but the biggest problem is his €40 million price tag, which the Bianconeri may look to lower by including Daniele Rugani and Manolo Portanova in the deal.
Inter are also incredibly keen to sign De Paul next month, especially after the departure of Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen. The Nerazzurri have been following the Argentinian midfielder for some time now, with his tactical flexibility appealing to coach Antonio Conte.