Inter have already taken initial steps toward taking up their option to sign Stefano Sensi on a permanent basis from FCInterNews.it according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta met with his Sassuolo counterpart Giovanni Carnevali for dinner in Milan last Thursday to express the Nerazzurri’s desire to sign up Sensi permanently.
Inter paid €5 million to sign Sensi on loan, a figure they re-couped through the sale of Marco Sala to the Neroverdi club and will pay a further €22 million to keep Sensi. His redemption is, according to the report, a ‘mere formality.’
The diminutive midfielder has been a real surprise story this season and has been one of Inter’s best players at this early stage of the season.
Sensi has made seven appearances across all competitions this season for the Nerazzurri in which he has contributed three goals and tallied four assists in 512 minutes on the park.