Details of Inter’s acquisition of youngster Samuele Mulattieri for their Primavera side in the summer transfer window have been published in a report by FCInterNews.it.
According to the report, Inter paid La Spezia a fee of €1.5 million to sign the young attacking midfielder and beat Juventus among several foreign clubs to his much anticipated signature.
The fee can rise as high as €2 million through bonuses if Mulattieri is to meet certain pre-determined targets for number of appearances and goals.
In addition to this, the report also states that La Spezia have a clause in the deal wherein they will be entitled to somewhere between 10-15% of any future sale that Inter could make involving the 17-year-old starlet.
Mulattieri – who has been capped at under 19 level internationally for Italy – has made two appearances thus far for Armando Madonna’s Primavera side this season and has managed to open his Nerazzurri goal scoring account also.