Lavezzi would do well at Inter, says Cordoba

The former Nerazzurri defender would welcome the PSG man with open arms, while he also says he admires Juan Zuniga
Inter team manager Ivan Cordoba believes Paris Saint-Germain attacker Ezequiel Lavezzi would be a good signing for the Nerazzurri.

The Giuseppe Meazza side have already showed an interest in signing the 28-year-old back in 2012, but Lavezzi left Napoli for PSG instead.

Inter are now supposedly back in for the attacker, though, and Cordoba would welcome Lavezzi with open arms.

"Lavezzi? I used to enjoy playing against players like that - you had to really be on your toes to mark them," Cordoba told Sky Sport 24.

"He's a great player and he could do well here."

The Colombian then went on to discuss Inter's alleged interest in Napoli's Juan Zuniga.

"Zuniga? Obviously I'm going to say that I'd like to have him here because I rate him and have known him for a long time," he added.

"If he were to join, I think it would be an important step in his career."

Lavezzi has a contract with PSG until 2016, while the 27-year-old's Zuniga's deal with Napoli runs out next year.