Legendary former Inter striker Alessandro Altobelli gave his views on a number of young strikers in the Italian national setup, including several players linked to the Nerazzurri.
Speaking to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport in an interview published in today’s print edition, the 65-year-old gave his assessments of the likes of Gianluca Scamacca, Giacomo Raspadori, and Moise Kean.
The Nerazzurri have registered an interest in two Sassuolo strikers in the form of Scamacca and Raspadori, with the latter in particular thought to be a long-term target for the club.
Altobelli had highly complimentary words for the young forward, who he believes can become a highly important player for club and country if he is to continue developing at the rate he has already shown in his career.
It remains to be seen if Inter will ultimately sign Raspadori from the Neroverdi, but Altobelli believes that the 21-year-old is a player who could become great.
“Scamacca is a quality player, Raspadori still has enormous room for improvement,” Altobelli said. “And even Kean can become a point of reference for Italy, as long as he first gets the right attitude to be a well-rounded professional.”