Former Genoa sporting director Stefano Capozucca has shared his belief that Andrea Pinamonti will return to Inter this Summer and then be moved on again.

Pinamonti joined the Rossoblu club on a season long loan with an obligation to buy for €18 million this past Summer but as part of the deal there is a gentleman’s agreement between the clubs for Inter to bring back the highly promising forward in the coming months.

“I really believe in him, I saw him for a year in Frosinone and then I know him from his time here,” Capozucca, who left Genoa last December, explained in an interview with Italian news outlet

“I remember that Muzzi told me that he is a boy who can do it all, then when the first criticisms came he crumbled under the weight of the responsibilities. I think he’ll go back to Inter and go somewhere else.”

Reports in the media have suggested that Inter could well use Pinamonti as part of a deal for another player. It has been suggested that Inter could use him to get to Brescia’s Sandro Tonali, Torino’s Armando Izzo or Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa.

This season Pinamonti has made 22 appearances across all competitions to date. In just shy of 1600 minutes on the field, the 20-year-old has scored four goals and has provided four assists for his Rossoblu teammates too.