Inter’s approaches for Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Javier Pastore are tricky because neither Manchester United nor PSG want Joao Mario, claim Sky Sport Italia.
The Nerazzurri have a cash-flow problem and, unless Suning put in some big investments, there will be no January signings for Coach Luciano Spalletti.
Their only alternative is to sell one of their big players and Portugal international Joao Mario is the most likely candidate.
However, Sky Sport Italia transfer pundit Gianluca Di Marzio maintains neither Manchester United nor Paris Saint-Germain are prepared to accept these terms.
It’d be a loan with option to buy at the end of the season, a formula that does not suit the players Mkhitaryan or Pastore either.
The key would be selling Joao Mario for €40m, but nobody is ready to meet that price-tag right now.