Leonardo close to PSG exit with a return to Inter possible
A day after French newspaper L'Équipe reported that PSG director of football Leonardo could be sacked this summer, Portuguese newspaper A Bola are reporting that a return to Inter Milan could be on the cards for the 1994 World Cup winner.
Leonardo, who briefly managed Inter Milan after the sacking of Rafael Benitez, is reported to have been offered a return to the San Siro as head coach by club owner Massimo Moratti.
The former-AC Milan player and manager has supposedly been lined up to replace under-pressure current manager Andrea Stramaccioni, with the former youth team coach only able to guide the Nerazzurri to fifth place in Serie A at present.
Since retiring from football in 2003, Leonardo has taken on directorial roles at both Flamengo and Inter Milan, as well as a stint as coach of rivals AC Milan.
Since 2011, he has been employed by Qatari consortium QSI to front operations at Paris Saint-Germain, including playing a major role in bringing São Paulo youngster Lucas Moura to the club this January.