Roma midfielder Javier Pastore’s nightmare tenure in the Italian capital could be ending this summer.
The Argentine joined the Giallorossi from PSG in the summer of 2018 but has been hampered by injuries ever since his arrival.
Today, French outlet Footmercato has reported that newly formed MLS outfit Inter Miami, who are partially owned by David Beckham, are interested in the former Palermo midfielder.
Reportedly, the US club has initiated contact with Pastore’s agent, Marcelo Simonian, within the last few days.
The Giallorossi are eager to find a club who would be willing to purchase El Flaco because he’s one of the highest wage-earners at the club.
Pastore has been limited to only 30 appearances with Roma since joining from PSG — his time at the club is likely to come to a conclusion when the transfer window reopens.