Inter are once again interested in Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Leandro Paredes but they would need to make room for him in midfield. The Argentine was previously linked with the Nerazzurri but he opted to remain with the Parisians.
La Gazzetta dello Sport explain that the midfielder has always been a favourite of club director Beppe Marotta and that the former Roma midfielder would be interested in a move to Milan.
According to the report, the possible arrival of the Argentine would not preclude negotiations for Davide Frattesi, but at the same time it would require losing at least two midfielders.
Gazzetta suggested that Arturo Vidal, Matías Vecino and Roberto Gagliardini are the list of possible candidates, with the two main South American players being the most likely to be moved on.
Selling the Chilean and Uruguayan would free up close to €10 million in salary costs and part of that would serve to meet the salary demands of Paredes, who currently earns €7 million at PSG.