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Inter Milan's plan to sign Argentine winger - the details
10/01/2019, 12:00
Inter Milan are hot on the track of Udinese's Argentine winger Rodrigo de Paul; who has been a real star performer for a struggling Udinese this season. Udinese are reportedly hesistant about letting De Paul leave in January but value the player at around €25-30m regardless. Inter could lower this price through the use of technical counterparts - in the form of Pinamonti or Vanheusden.

Meanwhile, Inter make other moves in the market to try and raise some funds. The club look to be loaning Gabriel Barbosa to Flamengo; in a deal which gives the Nerazzurri a first option to buy on youngster Lincoln.  Flamengo are also said to be interested in signing Inter's Brazilian veteran centre-back Miranda. Miranda's contract expires in the summer but Flamengo are interested in signing the player now and have, as per reports from the Gazzetta dello Sport, an offer of €4m on the table from the Brazilian club.

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