AC Milan, Inter and Liverpool all want to sign Udinese star Rodrigo De Paul but it seems the Rossoneri have an advantage over their rivals.
Calciomercato.com’s Daniele Longo reported yesterday on his Instagram that Maldini has been talking with representatives of De Paul in recent days over a possible move, while MilanNews confirmed that the interest is concrete despite the high asking price.
According to the latest from FcInterNews.it, Milan, Inter and Liverpool have made an enquiry with the midfielder’s agent Mino Raiola. Udinese’s economic demand is a problem for the Nerazzurri however as the Friulians want €40m with no counterparts in order to sell the Argentine.
Inter’s interest is concrete compared to a year ago however, when Antonio Conte was not completely convinced that De Paul was a good fit tactically, but now he has grown and has proven himself to be a good potential fit for his 3-5-2. It is a situation to be monitored.