Inter and AC Milan are keeping close tabs on Sassuolo striker Giacomo Raspadori, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Gazzetta dello Sport’s print edition revealed both clubs were very interested in the 21-year-old and are aware of the fierce competition they could face from abroad.

RB Leipzig, Eintracht Frankfurt and Marseille have all shown an interest in Raspadori, with the French team having a €10 million bid rejected in January.

Inter have always liked Raspadori, who has previously confessed to being a Nerazzurri supporter as a child, and the idea of signing him would be more realistic if Lautaro Martinez left.

Raspadori and his agent Tulio Tinti want to continue developing without too much uproar or pressure, so they could opt to stay at Sassuolo for another season instead of going to sit on a bench in a big club.

He will have a lot of interest in his services in the coming weeks, though, so anything could yet happen.

Raspadori is under contract with Sassuolo until 2024 and earns €500,000 annually.