Inter met with the representatives of Andrea Pinamonti yesterday in a bid to find a solution to his complex situation according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
Pinamonti joined Genoa on a season long loan with an obligation to buy set at €18 million deal this past Summer but Genoa would appear to have no interest in signing him permanently now.
Inter are keen to ensure that the deal still goes through as the €18 million raised through his sale would all be a capital gain therefore if Genoa are serious about not wanting to complete the deal, another club willing to take over the agreement must be found.
Cagliari, Parma and SPAL have all shown an interest in signing Pinamonti in recent weeks but none of them can afford the €18 million fee.
As a result, Pinamonti could remain at Genoa for the rest of the season, even if it may hurt his development, before Inter bring the 20-year-old back to the club for €20 million.
The report goes on to add that Armando Izzo’s name was also brought up in the conversation with Pinamonti’s representatives as they also represent the Torino defender.