Inter striker Eddie Salcedo has attracted the interest of Serie B side Cremonese and Regina, though for the moment the 19-year-old is unwilling to agree to a move that would see him drop down a division.
This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that the young Italian is not currently interested in joining a team in Serie B at the moment as he considers his future.
Salcedo returns to Inter from a loan spell with Hellas Verona, with whom he made a total of forty appearances over the past two seasons.
The striker impressed at times with the Veneto-based club, though his future is not yet clear, with a loan move away possible, but a stay with the Nerazzurri first team not completely ruled out.
Cremonese and Reggina have emerged as two of the clubs with the keenest interest in the 19-year-old, though they could struggle to convince him on a move.