Semplici: “Inter’s Interest In Petagna Means He’s Doing Well But He’s Staying Until May”

Semplici: “Inter’s Interest In Petagna Means He’s Doing Well But He’s Staying Until May”
November 15, 2019 22:30
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SPAL manager Leonardo Semplici has played down reports linking star striker Andrea Petagna with a January transfer window switch to Inter.

“Inter’s rumoured interest in him is nice because it means that he is doing well, but the boy must spend another season in Ferrara and try to repeat what he has done and then make a move to a more important club. As far as I am concerned, he will be staying at SPAL at least until May,” Semplici explained in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia.

The 24-year-old striker is one of several players to have drawn links to Inter, who are shopping in the transfer market for a striker that can help bolster that department for the remainder of the season and beyond of course.

This season the former Atalanta forward has made 13 appearances across all competitions for the Biancazzurri, in which he has scored three goals and tallied a single assist.

By Cammy Anderson
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