Torino’s newly appointed technical director Davide Vagnati has insisted that now is not the time to discuss potential transfer window business.
Torino have been strongly linked with making a move for Inter midfielder Roberto Gagliardini and have also been recently linked to Matias Vecino too.
Reports in the media in recent weeks have suggested that Inter and Torino could conduct a swap deal involving Gagliardini for Armando Izzo, who Inter manager Antonio Conte is reportedly a big fan of.
“This is not the time to talk about the transfer market, but I have clear ideas, but now it would be stupid and foolish not to think about the next 13 games,” Vagnati remarked at his presentation press conference this afternoon as per Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb.
“We will evaluate well what we have and then when the time is right we will not back down and we will not be found unprepared.”
This season Gagliardini has made 16 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored two goals and provided a pair of assists for his Nerazzurri teammates.
Izzo has meanwhile made 29 appearances across all competitions for La Granata, who value him at €25 million. In just shy of 2600 minutes on the park, the Italian national team centre back has scored three goals.