Inter and Sebastiano Esposito have yet to reach an agreement over a first professional contract according to a report from Italian news outlet CalcioMercato.com.
There is some distance between Inter’s first offer and Esposito’s representatives demands. His representatives wish to understand what Inter plans are for the player and have made it clear that he does not want to be loaned out to a Serie B club.
A number of Serie A clubs are interested in signing him and Inter will not rule out letting him go permanently under certain conditions. Inter could let him go permanently provided they have a buy back option on him, a bit like Inter’s gentleman’s agreement with Genoa for Andrea Pinamonti.
At the moment, Parma seem to be the most interested in the 17-year-old sensation whilst Atalanta and Fiorentina have both also made enquiries for the young Italian.
The report concludes that for the time being Inter’s priority is reaching an agreement over a contract with Esposito, who has scored one goal in 11 first team appearances this term.