Inter is continuing to work on the transfer market as they try to improve Luciano Spalletti's roster for the second half of the season. One of their focuses has been Javier Pastore of PSG, who would like to return to Italy. At the moment, however, the French club only wants to sell the player permanently and not loan him. It is uncertain whether the nerazzurri would entertain the option of a loan with an obligation to purchase. Then there is also the agreement that needs to be reached with the player, who currently earns 6.5 million per season plus bonuses. The negotiations are on stand-by but the teams are still in contact with each other.
PSG has also received offers between 25-40 million from Liverpool and Tottenham, but the player has rejected those destinations. Pastore's agent is currently in Milan to see if he can unlock a transfer.