It’s reported Paris Saint-Germain have told Inter they must pay €12m for Ezequiel Lavezzi.
The attacker’s agent is reportedly in Milan to meet with the Nerazzurri, who consider him an alternative to Ivan Perisic.
Calciomercato reports that the Beneamata have offered a €6m loan for Perisic, to be followed by a €10m fee next summer, with a potential €3m in bonuses.
However, Wolfsburg have asked for more time, as they are unsure whether Kevin De Bruyne will be leaving to join Manchester City, and will not lose both players.
As a result, Sky reports that Inter are stepping up their interest in Lavezzi, with PSG naming their price as €12m.
The Nerazzurri are working to comply with Financial Fair Play, so would prefer a loan and obligatory buyout clause, so contacts between the two clubs are continuing.