Striker Sebastiano Esposito could be set to depart from Inter this summer, with Sassuolo currently thought to be the club most interested in signing the 18-year-old.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that incoming Neroverdi head coach Alessio Dionisi has given his approval to a move for the Nerazzurri forward.

Esposito spent last season on loan in Serie B, first with SPAL and then with Venezia, helping the latter win promotion to Serie A, and Dionisi admired the young player’s performances.

Dionisi joins Sassuolo from newly-promoted Serie A side Empoli, and will look to strengthen the Sassuolo team for next season with young players, with Esposito an admired target.

Inter, meanwhile, are thought to be willing to part with the player for a high enough fee, with adding incoming fees to the balance sheet a priority in the summer transfer window, specifically before the end of June.

Meanwhile, relegated Parma are another club thought to be interested in signing Esposito, with the now-Serie B side hoping to build a squad which is capable of immediately competing for promotion back to Serie A next season.