Leeds United have emerged as suitors for Inter forward Joaquin Correa as they look to replace Barcelona-bound Raphinha, and Inter would want at least €22.5 million for him.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that the Peacocks would be interested in bringing in the 27-year-old who is also a target for West Ham United and teams in La Liga.
The Nerazzurri would consider allowing Correa to leave this summer, though only for the right price, as they think about making space in the squad for Paulo Dybala.
The likes of Sevilla and Marseille have already shown an interest in Correa during the summer transfer window, and there is also some tentative interest from the likes of Valencia and Real Betis.
However, the Argentine’s most serious suitors appear to be in the Premier League, where West Ham have already shown an interest and now Leeds look to be very keen as they look for a forward to fill the void left by Raphinha and would have the cash to spend following the Brazilian’s sale.