Fiorentina are still pursuing Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi this summer even though their initial proposal was turned down by Inter COO Beppe Marotta, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by La Nazione, La Viola are very interested in acquiring the services of Stefano Sensi despite his increasingly poor injury record.
Their initial proposal included a swap deal involving their Polish goalkeeper Bartolemiej Dragowski who could potentially be a successor to Inter’s Samir Handanovic. Beppe Marotta has supposedly taken that suggestion off the table though as he would rather Inter acquired cash for the play.
Stefano Sensi joined Inter from Sassuolo and was a very promising player. Since the move he has struggled to stay fit and show the best of his undoubted quality.
His latest injury meant he had to withdraw from the Italy squad and be replaced by Matteo Pessina who has scored twice at Euro 2020.