Davide Frattesi might not be the only addition to the Inter midfield, as the club is interested in Roberto Pereyra. He’s currently out of contract after a few solid seasons at Udinese. The Nerazzurri have parted ways with Marcelo Brozovic and Roberto Gagliardini at the position.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, La Beneamata had an opening inquiry for the veteran, who’s mulling his options. He could end up being the choice to round out their corps if his demands weren’t too high.
Per Tuttomercatoweb, Pereyra was proposed to Inter by his agent Federico Pastorello. The front office didn’t shut the door. The versatile midfielder is looking for a new challenge. The parties could strike a deal if he asked for €1.5M/2M wages.
The 32-year-old isn’t a top option for the execs, but they could strike a deal if nothing better emerged. He posted 5 goals and 8 assists last season.
Our Take on Inter and Pereyra
He still has something left in the tank, and he’d come in handy since he can play as a box-to-box, no.10, and right wingback, where they didn’t retain Raoul Bellanova. The signing would be more beneficial for the team that the player, who would surely star more regularly in smaller clubs.
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