Sneijder agrees PSG deal
Italian TV station Mediaset has revealed that Inter midfielder Wesley Sneijder has already agreed to join Paris Saint-Germain in January.
It is no secret that the Dutchman plans to leave Giuseppe Meazza after being frozen out of the squad, with a host of top European clubs chasing his signature.
However, Mediaset understands that PSG have already made decisive moves in an attempt to lure the player to Parc des Princes.
The same source claims Sneijder has agreed a contract with the French club, worth €6 million per campaign, meaning all that’s left is for the two clubs to agree on the transfer fee.
Sneijder is expected to arrive at Parc des Princes as a replacement for Javier Pastore, who has had a very disappointing start to his career in Paris.
The 28-year-old has enjoyed a lot of success while at Giuseppe Meazza, winning Serie A, Champions League and Club World Cup titles with the Neroazzurri.
Considering that Sneijder is in his prime at the moment, Paris Saint-Germain will be getting a genuine world-class player.
Roma keen on Luis Neto
Italian newspaper Il Tempo is reporting that AS Roma are weighing up move for Siena defender Luis Neto.
While their attack appears to be in fine working order, the Giallorossi still have huge problems at the back and they are keen on adding another centre-back in the winter transfer window.
According to Il Tempo, Siena stopper Luis Neto has moved to the top of their wish list.
Neto, 24, only joined Siena in the summer, but has largely impressed in his first season in Italian Serie A, attracting interest from Juventus, Udinese and Fenerbahce in the process.
The highly rated defender received his first Portugal call-up in October and was on the bench in 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Russia and Northern Ireland.
Neto, who joined Siena in €1.7 million deal, has a contract until June 2016 at Stadio Comunale Artemio Franchi and a €16 million release clause.
Napoli star set for Inter switch
Napoli defender Hugo Campagnaro could be joining Inter next summer, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.
Campagnaro, 32, has entered the final year of his deal at San Paolo and he will be free to speak to clubs about a Bosman deal in the New Year.
While his representative claims that he is negotiating a contract renewal with the Azzurri, Il Corriere dello Sport believes that the experienced defender will join Inter when his deal expires at the end of the season.
Despite the fact Campagnaro will be 33 in June, he is still regarded as one of the best defenders in Serie A and the Neroazzurri believe he has a few good years ahead of him.
The highly rated stopper has received a lot of praise for his consistent performances at San Paolo, while he has even managed to earn a starting berth in Argentina national team.
Since joining Napoli in a €7 million move from Sampdoria, Campagnaro has scored 3 goals in 103 Serie A games for the Azzurri.