Inter will lock horns with Napoli over the signature of Loic Remy, French forward of Queens Park Rangers.
Arriving in London last January from Marseille, Remy was one of few highlights in the second half of the season for Harry Redknapp’s QPR.
The 26 year old striker has the World Cup to look forward to next year with the French national side, so it is certain that he will leave the Loftus Road side, who have been relegated to the English Championship.
Liverpool are also said to be keen on the 10-million-Euro priced Frenchman, but the frontrunners remain Inter and Napoli.
He scored 5 goals in 12 Premier League appearances for the relegated Rangers.
Sources: talkSPORT – Daily Mail