Inter have two pre-agreed deals that need to be completed a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The first deal is the one with Parma over versatile defender Matteo Darmian, who will be the replacement in the squad for the outgoing Diego Godin, who is set to join Cagliari after just a single season with Inter.
The second deal is the one with Genoa over Andrea Pinamonti and the report claims that Inter are destined to bring the young striker back to the club.
Bringing Pinamonti back will cost Inter €19 million and he will also earn €3 million year a net which means it will not be easy for Inter to find a buyer for him and he will be the Nerazzurri’s fourth choice striker behind Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez.
This may not be the only deal that Inter and Genoa do between themselves either. Whilst Andrea Ranocchia has not been convinced by a potential move to Genoa, young striker Darian Males, who underwent a medical with Inter yesterday, could go on loan to the Rossoblu.