Inter Milan will use Manchester City’s Champions League tie with PSG to scout stars from either side, according to Calciomercato.
The Serie A giants have spent heavily under president Erick Thohir, though currently look no closer to qualifying for Champions League football.
As a result, the Nerazzzurri will reportedly use the quarter-final clash in the French capital to scout the type of players they believe will take them back to the forefront of European football.
Both Pablo Zabaleta and Yaya Toure, who worked under current Inter boss Roberto Mancini at the Etihad, are understood to be on the club’s radar.
Meanwhile, they are also thought to retain an interest in PSG stars Adrien Rabiot and Gregory Van Der Wiel.
Incredibly, the San Siro titans are also reported to be weighing up a shock goalkeeping swap this summer.
They are believed to fancy City stopper Joe Hart to lead the club forward and are prepared to swap Samir Handanovic in order to land the England international.
Such links away come just days after it was widely reported that Barcelona custodian Marc-Andre Ter Stegen could soon be on his way to Manchester to kick of the Pep Guardiola era.