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Transfer news: Inter hold advantage for Udinese man wanted by Roma
04/01/2019, 14:00
According to the latest reports from Sky Sport, Inter Milan are in pole position for the race to sign Udinese star Rodrigo de Paul. De Paul has been far and away Udinese's best player this season, being directly involved with around half of the Udine sides goals and being ever present in the team's battle against relegation.

Inter Milan hold the advantage to sign the Argentine whilst it has been reported that Roma have made an approach - yet the reports suggest Inter is his preferred destination. Regardless, he will likely remain in Udine until June - when he can then decide, in the summer, where he wants to play next.

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