Andrea Pinamonti looks to be on his way out at Inter, with the striker not thought to be in the plans for the future at the Giuseppe Meazza.
This according to Italian news outlet gazzetta.it, via FCInter1908, who report that the one major stumbling block to his departure could be his €2 million wages, which clubs interested in the player could struggle to pay.
Pinamonti is a player who has been given first-choice opportunities under Antonio Conte, but never managed to carve out a significant role for himself in the Nerazzurri team, making ten appearances in all competitions last season and scoring one goal.
Furthermore, the 22-year-old was restricted to playing in comparatively unimportant matches where the Nerazzurri had already won the title for the majority of his time on the pitch.
New Inter manager Simone Inzaghi is thought to have improved of Pinamonti’s sale as he does not wish to work with the young forward as part of his project next season.
It remains to be seen, however, if the Nerazzurri will be able to find a buyer for the player.