PSG in mood to snatch Inter’s Ivan Perisic

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FC Internazionale Milano have had another forgettable campaign this time. Missing out the UCL narrowly to the arch-rivals, it could not have been worse in a season which alluded them of any silverware.

But in a season which will be regarded as thoroughly disappointing, the Nerazzuri had some prominent performers. Croat International Ivan Perisic is one of them.

Perisic has not only established himself as a first-team regular but has also emerged as one of the best wingers in Serie A this season. The 28 year old has netted 10 goals in 35 Serie A matches this season, a tally quite impressive for a winger.

A man in form always attracts big names, and Perisic is no exception. The name that is prominently linked with the Croat International is French giants Paris Saint-Germain.

Paris is reportedly quite interested in the winger and is ready to even pay €55 million for him.

But Inter is yet not in the mood to sell their priced asset untill they manage a bigger sum. They are waiting for bids from England as they are holding talks with several English giants also. United and Chelsea are also having Ivan Perisic in their radar.

Inter are waiting for more suitors as this will increase the price of their Croat winger. The Milan giants have their eyes set on Monaco star Thomas Lemar and they will utilise the money acquired from Perisic sell in landing Lemar at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in the summer.

Perisic had his academy days passed in Hajduk Split and Sochaux. After graduating from the academy of the French outfit, the Croat had stints in several clubs in France and Germany untill he landed at Milano from Wolfsburg. Since then he has developed himself as an integral part of the team with his consistency and hard-work.

PSG is not having enough bench strength in the department of wingers. The inclusion of Perisic if happens, then it could prove to be highly beneficial for the French giants. But for the time being, everything is still at the level of ‘Ifs and buts’!