Inter striker Andrea Pinamonti could depart from the Giuseppe Meazza this summer, with five clubs currently thought to be pursuing his signing for next season.

However, all five are currently only seeking a loan-deal for the 22-year-old, per the report of Italian news outlet

Hellas Verona, Cagliari, Bologna, and newly-promoted sides Salernitana and Venezia are all thought to be chasing the Inter forward.

The player is not thought to be a part of manager Simone Inzaghi’s plans going into next season, and the Nerazzurri would like to get his wages off their books and sell him for a fee.

However, none of the clubs are currently thought to be considering offers which would meet Inter’s valuation for a transfer of the player on a permanent basis, and all existing offers are for loan moves, possibly with an option to buy.

Moreover, the player currently earns wages around €2 million net annually, and it is thought that the clubs making offers for him would want the Nerazzurri to pay some of his wages should he leave on loan.