Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta has set out one requirement when it comes to Inter’s signings this Summer according to a report from Gazzetta dello Sport.
Marotta has decided that each player Inter look to bring in must be used to playing at the highest level.
It is for this reason Inter ended their interest in signing Atalanta striker Duvan Zapata. Whilst club officials agreed the Colombian is a good player, they want players who have played at the top before.
The report from the Milan based newspaper goes on to detail that Marotta and co. will make one exception to this requirement.
That exception will be Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa. Marotta believes that the 21-year-old’s immense talent and potential more than makes up for his lack of experience at the highest level.
Chiesa, as per various reports, is valued at €70 million by Fiorentina and also has interest in his services from Inter’s arch-rivals Juventus.