Inter are the latest club to be linked with Edinson Cavani, whose PSG contract expires this summer, but not as a replacement for Lautaro Martinez.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, coach Antonio Conte has pinpointed the Uruguay international as an ideal addition to his squad for next season.
He’d be a free agent, only just turned 33 and has broad Champions League experience as well as tactical versatility in various forward roles.
Cavani is considering his next move, with interest from the Premier League, MLS and even a potential return to Napoli.
El Matador played in Italy from 2007 to 2013 for Palermo and then Napoli, scoring 112 goals in 213 Serie A appearances.
La Gazzetta dello Sport are eager to point out Cavani wouldn’t necessarily be a replacement for Lautaro Martinez, but rather an additional reliable striker to count on during multiple tournaments.
With Alexis Sanchez returning to Manchester United after a disappointing loan spell, he’d effectively replace the Chilean.