Paris and Inter in mood for a swap

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When you are having a player who is underperforming and have eyes on another similar player but don’t have the money, then what will you do? Yes, swoop maybe. Player swapping has emerged as one of the best modern day modes of football transfer and effectively so.

At the moment, the teams who are in mood to prepare themselves for a swoop are Inter Milan and Paris Saint German involving their midfielders Geoffrey Kondogbia and Grzegorz Krychowiak.



Both the players are suffering from the similar sort of situation. Both were purchased by their respective clubs amidst high hopes and both have failed miserably in living upto their expectations and are now looking for parting ways.

French international Kondogbia was signed by the Nerazzurri two seasons ago from Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco at a reported fee of €31 million. Kondogbia was considered as one of the most promising defensive midfielders among the emerging crop but his days at Milano by no means have succeeded in proving his credentials. He has played 53 games for the Milan giants and scored twice in two seasons.

On the other hand Polish international Grzegorz Krychowiak was brought to the French capital outfit from Seville at a reported fee of €40 million by the suggestion of Unai Emery. But the manager himself is on the verge of calling it a day with PSG and so is Krychowiak who would like to forget his days ant then French capital.



Krychowiak has failed to manage enough match time in Paris and has only 19 caps to his name. Both the player and the club are seemingly set for a move.

Under this circumstances, the Italian and the French giants are set to initiate the talk on a potential swoop involving the two players according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. But nothing would be finalized untill Inter installs a new manager for the next season.