Torino have laid out their demands for central defender Armando Izzo according to a report from Italian news outlet CalcioMercato.com.
The Italian international is one of a number of players who could leave the Granata for pastures new in the coming months and Torino president Urbano Cairo would allow the former Genoa player to leave should the club receive an offer between €20-25 million.
Inter are interested in signing him with Inter manager Antonio Conte said to be a big fan of Izzo, who he believes could be an ideal reinforcement for the club’s defensive department.
The report goes on to explain that rather than meet Cairo’s demands, Inter could look to include a player as part of any deal.
Although not named in this report, Inter midfielder Roberto Gagliardini has been heavily linked to the Turin based club and he could well be a player that Inter choose to help them land Izzo.