Genoa sporting director Daniele Faggiano has revealed that they are working with Inter to resolve the future of striker Andrea Pinamonti.
Pinamonti was sold to the Rossoblu club last Summer and as part of the deal Inter and Genoa came to a gentlemans agreement for the Italian youth national team tepresentative to be resigned by Inter this Summer.
Some recent reports have suggested that Inter are destined to bring the 21-year-old back to the club where he could fulfil the role of fourth choice striker in Antonio Conte’s squad.
“Will we have the turning point soon? I don’t think so. We are working on it with Inter, it’s not easy,” Faggiano, who recently became Genoa’s sporting director, explained in an interview with Italian broadcaster TeleNord, which was broadcast a short time ago.
“I try to work, I can understand someone thinking we were in a stalemate but this is a particular market. It’s not easy, I don’t want to make a mistake and I’m waiting to sign various players. We have to try to buy someone but also make some sales.”
Last season for Genoa, who only narrowly avoided relegation to Serie B, Pinamonti made 34 appearances across all competitions. In his time on the park, which totalled just over 2600 minutes, he scored seven goals and provided three assists for his teammates.