Inter’s negotiations with Udinese for talismanic midfielder Rodrigo De Paul could open up the possibility for another deal involving the two clubs, according to a report from Italian media outlet FcInter1908 earlier today.
The report details how Nerazzurri forward Andrea Pinamonti could be sent to the Bianconeri, as his agent Mino Raiola wants him to receive more regular first team football.
Coach Antonio Conte wants an experienced reinforcement, and the Milanese club are closely examining 28-year-old Italian forward Kevin Lasagna.
The player has a strong physique and thrives in a counter-attacking scenario, skills that could nicely match Conte’s needs from a backup striker.
The deal would only be a six-month loan exchange, with Inter helping Udinese pay part of Pinamonti’s high wages.
It’s currently an idea from the Inter management and Pinamonti’s feelings regarding it still haven’t been made clear yet, as Raiola is looking for a definitive move rather than loan.