“After six years at Inter, the time may well have come for Douglas Maicon to change scenery,” announced his agent.
There had already been rumours of the Brazilian full-back leaving the Nerazzurri and confirmation arrived this evening.
“After six years at Inter, the time may well have come for Maicon to change scenery,” agent Roberto Calenda told Sky Sport Italia.
Among the clubs interested in the veteran are Paris Saint-Germain, who with Carlo Ancelotti and director general Leonardo are repeatedly linked with Milan and Inter players.
Maicon turns 31 next month and came to San Siro from Monaco in 2006-07, notching up 20 goals in 246 games for the club.
Calenda also commented on more potential signings for the Nerazzurri in Brazil.
“I’m sure players like Lucas and Oscar are bound to be associated with Inter, but it’s not easy to negotiate with Sao Paulo. In fact, I think they’re the toughest in Brazil.”
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