Sebastiano Esposito’s future could be away from Inter, with Sassuolo thought to be keenly interested in the young striker.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 18-year-old could move to the Neroverdi as part of a deal for Giacomo Raspadori.

Esposito impressed last season in Serie B, spending the first half of the season with SPAL before joining Venezia in the second half of the season and helping the club win promotion to Serie A.

Wherever the young Italian plays next season, it is thought that he is hoping for his first taste of top-flight football rather than a move to a team in Serie B.

It is reported that Sassuolo have expressed interest in the player, and that the Emilia-Romagna club would be a viable destination for him.

The Nerazzurri’s interest in Sassuolo’s 21-year-old striker Giacomo Raspadori is well-known, and should the Neroverdi be serious about the arrival of Esposito at the Mapei Stadium, he could become a part of the negotiations to bring Raspadori to the Giuseppe Meazza.