Alessandro Canovi, the agent of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Thiago Motta has admitted that the club will decide on his client’s future, with the veteran linked to the Parc des Princes exit door this summer.
The Italy international has been linked with a move back to Inter Milan, with Roberto Mancini believed to consider the 32-year-old as a vital part of his summer plans.
Canovi’s latest comments—as reported by Le 10 Sport—may well give the Nerazzurri confidence that a deal can be done this summer.
“Now that PSG have lifted the French Cup,” Motta’s agent began, “we are able to talk with the [club] management.
“PSG know of Inter Milan’s interest in Thiago. His departure depends on the club.”
Motta left Inter in 2012 having won the Serie A title, two Italian Cups and the 2010 Champions League with the Lombardy giants.
La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Le 10 Sport, believe that PSG are ready to let Motta leave the club as they look to raise funds ahead of their own summer restructuring.
Earlier in the year, Premier League pair Chelsea and Manchester United were also linked to the Italy midfielder, according to the Express.