PSG midfielder Leandro Paredes would solve two problems in Inter’s midfield if he joined that club this summer, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by FCInter1908, the name of the Argentine midfielder who has been linked many times with Inter is back in fashion again this week.
Inter know that they need to find a player that can replace Marcelo Brozovic in the centre of midfield without weakening the team too much. They also need to account for the fact that Arturo Vidal and Matias Vecino will leave and Roberto Gagliardini could do the same.
By signing Leandro Paredes, Inter would have a player who can direct games like Marcelo Brozovic but he can also solve another problem.
He can play on the side of a midfield three which means he can also provide rest for Hakan Calhanoglu and Nicolo Barella when they are tired.
It is thought the 27-year-old would be available for around €15 million.