Lavezzi would do well at Inter, says Cordoba

The former Nerazzurri defender would welcome the Paris Saint-Germain attacker with open arms, while he also says he admires Napoli's Colombian defender-cum-winger 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.

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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 his compatriot Juan Zuniga, who currently plays for last season's Serie A runners-up Napoli.

"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.