Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo is targeting a double raid on his former club AC Milan, according to a report.
Il Corriere dello Sport are reporting on Monday – as cited by Calciomercato.com – that the Brazilian is still interested in bring his compatriot Lucas Paqueta to the French capital, having been instrumental in signing him for Milan from Flamengo in January.
It was claimed back on New Year’s Day by Calciomercato.com‘s Fabrizio Romano that Paquetà and Milan are likely to part ways in January amid rumours linking the Brazilian midfielder with a move to the French capital.
Sky Italia reporter Luca Marchetti then added on Sunday that Paqueta is in fact still a January objective for Leonardo, who held the same role at Milan until the end of last season.
However, il Corriere dello Sport adds that Leonardo would like to sign Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli as well, and is willing to pay €80million to land the pair in what would be a devastating blow on his former club.