Inter Milan are lining up a move for PSG midfielder Marco Verratti, according to reports in Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Serie A club are prepared to splash out as much as €65m in order to lure the Italy international back to his homeland.
The Italy international midfielder’s agent complained that Verratti “could leave Paris” if the French media continued its unfair criticism.
Calciomercatoweb.it also says Inter could offer Geoffrey Kondogbia in part-exchange.
Their plan is to include cash plus Kondogbia in the proposal for Verratti, whose rapport with PSG boss Unai Emery is increasingly tense.
Nerazzurri lead the race after meeting with Di Campli to discuss terms over a deal worth £105,000 a week, and their cause could be further boosted should former PSG boss Laurent Blanc replace under-fire Frank de Boer at the San Siro.
Verratti, who missed Euro 2016 earlier this year due to injury, has played eight Ligue 1 games for PSG this term and featured in all three Champions League group games thus far.