Sepe Overtakes Musso As Inter’s Primary Objective To Be Handanovic’s Back-Up
Parma’s Luigi Sepe has become Inter’s primary option to become Samir Handanovic’s back-up goalkeeper according to a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport.
Inter have been strongly linked with Udinese’s €30 million rated Juan Musso in recent weeks but with it understood that Musso only wants to be a starter and not back-up, Inter have shifted their attention onto Sepe.
Sepe joined Parma in a loan with obligation to buy deal from Napoli this past Summer and has impressed Inter management with his performances this term.
It is as yet unclear how much Parma want for him but it can be presumed that it will be a lot less than what Udinese are wanting for Musso.
The good relations between Inter and Parma could also significantly help out in talks between the two sides over the 28-year-old shot-stopper, who has conceded 28 goals and kept five clean sheets in 22 appearances across all competitions to date this term.
The report from the Turin based newspaper goes on to state that current back-up goalkeeper Daniele Padelli could extend his contract with the club and he could become the third choice goalkeeper.