Inter will hold talks with Mino Raiola this week to discuss Andrea Pinamonti’s future at the club, according to FcInterNews.it.
The 20-year-old joined Genoa on a permanent deal for €18 million last summer, but the Nerazzurri have an agreement already in place to resign him for €20 million in June.
Genoa want to loan Pinamonti out to another club in Serie A for the remainder of this season, with SPAL, Verona, Torino and Bologna all thought to be interested.
The Italy under-21 international is due to see his wages rise from €1.8 million annually to €2.2 million when he returns to his boyhood club in six months.
FcIN also mooted the possibility of Inter using their talks with Raiola to discuss a possible move for Paul Pogba.
Pogba remains on good terms with Beppe Marotta and Antonio Conte after his time at Juventus and could be sold for €80-90 million in the summer.
Raiola recently spent words of praise for Inter’s owners Suning, who are themselves on good terms with Manchester United after securing deals for Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez last summer.
Pogba has made just one appearance for United since picking up an ankle injury in September, with reports in England suggesting he is desperate to leave.