Inter-owned striker Samuele Mulattieri has emerged as a target for Dutch side Feyenoord, according to reports.

This from Dutch news outlet Volendam Inside, who claim on Twitter that the 18-year-old has attracted the interest of the Rotterdam-based club who could look to him as a replacement for Nicolai Jorgensen.

Mulattier spent last season on loan with FC Volendam, a team in the Dutch Erste Divisie, where he impressed by scoring eighteen goals.

This form did not go unnoticed in the Netherlands, with possible suitors emerging among other clubs in the country.

It is also thought to be the wish of Volendam head coach Wim Jonk to keep the 18-year-old for another season, hoping that he can build on his impressive achievements at the club last season.

However, an even loftier possibility has emerged for Mulattieri, with 15-teame Dutch champions Feyenoord (winners as recently as 2017) apparently interested in his signature to replace the 30-year-old Nicolai Jorgensen.

The Nerazzurri will be closely monitoring Mulattieri’s progress wherever he ends up next season.

The tweet reads: “Various sources tell us that Feyenoord is ‘thinking’ about Samuele Mulattieri (20) as a possible successor to Jørgensen #feyenoord#inter#fcvolendam#mulattieri