Italy midfielder Thiago
Motta has joined Paris Saint-Germain from Inter Milan for an
undisclosed fee, the Ligue 1 club said on Tuesday.
Ligue 1 leaders PSG, who gave no details on the transfer,
said that Thiago Motta will be officially unveiled at the Parc
des Princes on Wednesday.
Thiago Motta, who has been capped six times by Italy, is
PSG's third big signing of the January transfer window after
full-back Maxwell joined from Barcelona and centre-back Alex left
Chelsea for the Qatar-backed club.
Inter moved quickly to replace Thiago Motta by signing Italy
midfielder Angelo Palombo on loan with a right to buy from
Sampdoria, the Nerazzurri said on Tuesday.
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