Benevento have made Inter an offer worth up to €15 million for outgoing striker Andrea Pinamonti, according to reports in Italy tonight.

Transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio reports the newly-promoted side have proposed an initial loan deal with an option to buy for the 21-year-old.

Eintracht Frankfurt are also interested in signing Pinamonti but he is said to reluctant to move to the Bundesliga side.

Di Marzio also said the Italy under-21 international had already rejected a move abroad last summer, when current Ligue 1 leaders Lille made an offer.

Pinamonti has made just three cameo appearances for Antonio Conte this season and is expected to leave this month.

Inter want to replace him with a more experienced fourth striker, although it remains to be seen how much money they will have to spend for that.

Pinamonti has been out of action since November after sustaining an ankle problem on international duty but is said to be close to a return to action.