The Slovenian international was arguably the club’s best player in their problematic 2012-13 campaign following his move from Udinese.
As a result, his performances have reportedly caught the eye of Spanish giants Barcelona – amongst a number of other outfits.
Pagliuca, who kept goal for the Beneamata between 1994 and 1999, rates the man highly yet argues that he has his price.
“Handanovic is a shot-stopper who has been doing very well over the last few years.
“Saying that, if an offer of €30m was made then I would accept it,” the former Italian international added. “That is a lot of money.”
Handanovic, 28, is believed to have cost Inter a fee in the region of around €11m.
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