Sassuolo could be Andrea Pinamonti’s new team, with the young striker set to leave Inter in search of more game time.
However, in order to finalise the deal, Politano must leave (most likely for Napoli) and Squinzi must accept the formula of a dry 18 month loan with no redemption clause.
La Gazzetta dello Sport explains, “Inter firmly believe in the young striker (born in 1999) and does not intend to let him go or deprive him of a proper development. The Emilia-Romagna based team would prefer to buy the player for a sum of around 8 million euros, with a buy-back clause inserted for Inter. But Juventus have been closely following the Italian and have become big admirers, therefore, considering the strong relationship between the Neroverdi and Bianconeri, Inter does not want to take the risk with this formula”.
Pinamonti is one of the best strikers to come out of Inter’s youth academy but during a time in which Icardi is irreplaceable , it is almost impossible for him to break into the team at such a young age without a formation change. A loan would at least give him some consistency for now.