Serie B club are intent on signing Inter forward Rigoberto Rivas on a permanent basis and a meeting with the Nerazzurri and the player’s entourage is scheduled for tomorrow morning to discuss the player.
This is according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Calabrian club are determined to sign the player permanently after being pleased with his performances on loan since 2019.
The 22-year-old Honduran was signed by Inter from Italian club Prato in 2017, though he has not made appearances with the Nerazzurri first team and rather spent time on loan with various clubs in Serie B and Serie C.
As it stands the player’s Inter contract is set to expire in June of 2023, with no current indication that he will extend his deal.
Reggina are said to want to bring the player to Calabria on a permanent basis after he enjoyed his most sustained form at the club, but it is not known what the proposed fee involved in the transfer would be.
It is thought that should Reggina convince Inter to sell the player outright, the Nerazzurri will ask for a percentage of any future resale proceeds as part of finalizing negotiations tomorrow.