Posted at 14:58 by Fabien Borne – Published at 15:16
Inter Milan intends to be attentive to the market of free players next summer. That's what the Corriere dello Sport is announcing on Sunday. In addition to getting closer to an agreement with Dries Mertens, at the end of the contract in Naples, Inter Milan would also have views on Thomas Meunier and Layvin Kurzawa.
The two players will be at the end of the contract at PSG next summer and appeal to the Interstate club, which would see well recover one of them according to the Italian newspaper. Recently, Le Parisien assured that the PSG hoped to separate from Kurzawa this winter, but not sure that the player wants to leave in January, nor that Inter or another club are ready to pay for a player who will be free six months later later.
The situation is more blurry for Thomas Meunier, who has already said repeatedly that he would like to extend to PSG and has already ruled out any departure this winter. The intentions of the Parisian club concerning him are not clear for the moment.