Inter intend to activate the buy option on Sassuolo owned midfielder Stefano Sensi, despite reports that the club are having doubts, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The report details how the Nerazzurri executives know that the best Inter squad under coach Antonio Conte featured the 24-year-old Italian midfielder, who has suffered a series of injuries this season.
The Milanese club will have to pay €20 million for Sensi’s signature, although there is a chance that Inter could negotiate for a lower price or deferred payments, considering the ongoing Coronavirus emergency.
When the season restarts Sensi will be fit and ready to rejoin the squad, the report continues. The player is expected to continue his strong performances under Conte and earn his spot at Euro 2021 with Italy.
A return for Sensi also suggests that Uruguayan midfielder Matias Vecino will be sold in the summer, considering that Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen fills a similar role.