Inter are among the Serie A clubs interested in signing Danish attacker Mikkel Damsgaard from Sampdoria, alongside the likes of AC Milan and Roma.

This according to today’s print edition of Genoa-based newspaper Il Secolo XIX, who report that the Ligurian club will allow the 21-year-old to leave, but only for the right price.

The Nerazzurri have been following the player since last season, although interest in the Dane has exploded in the wake of his impressive performances for his country at the Euros.

Pre-empting interest in the player, Sampdoria have clarified their stance, with the player thought to be available, but only for a fee of €28-30 million.

It is thought that Sampdoria are hoping for an auction that would drive the player’s valuation up higher should interested clubs come forward.

At the moment it is not at all likely that Inter would offer this amount, with Samodoria clear that they only want cash for the player, and it is reported that a serious offer is likelier to come from the Premier League at the moment than from a cash-strapped Italian club.