Newly-promoted Serie A side Empoli are considering a move for Inter striker Andrea Pinamonti for next season.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Tuscan club are interested in bringing the 22-year-old in on loan or on a permanent basis as they look to strengthen their attacking options in their bid to cement their top flight status.

Pinamonti is a player who the Nerazzurri would like to find a new club for, with the striker not having played a significant role under Antonio Conte and unlikely to fare much better under his successor Simone Inzaghi.

Pinamonti could reunite with newly-appointed Empoli manager Aurelio Andreazzoli, under whom he played briefly at Genoa, though it remains to be seen if the new Serie A arrivals will step up their interest.

Pinamonti is under consideration by a number of clubs including Cagliari, but it is thought that the Rossoblu in particular consider his wages to be too high to move for him.