Inter Could Use Lucien Agoume & Samuele Mulattieri As Payment To Secure Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori, Italian Media Report

Inter Could Use Lucien Agoume & Samuele Mulattieri As Payment To Secure Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori, Italian Media Report
October 30, 2021 12:15
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Inter are prioritizing the signing of Sassuolo striker Giacomo Raspadori, and could offer the likes of young players Lucien Agoume and Samuele Mulattieri to convince the Neroverdi to get a deal done for him.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 22-year-old remains the Nerazzurri’s top target in attack should Alexis Sanchez leave the club.

Inter had been linked with Raspadori during the summer transfer window, but in the end decided to sign other targets instead.

The Nerazzurri’s interest in the Sassuolo striker is far from over, however, and they are still considering him to be their top target to strengthen their attack in the long term.

CEO Beppe Marotta believes that the club should have a strong Italian presence in the dressing room and sees Raspadori as a long-term Azzurri player.

Inter have also had discussions with the agent of young German striker Karim Adeyemi, currently at Red Bull Salzburg, but the priority remains Raspadori.

Inter are reportedly ready to go back in for the striker in the summer transfer window, who the Neroverdi are thought to value in excess of €30 million.

Two players currently on loan are among those who could be offered to the Neroverdi as part of a deal for Raspadori, with midfielder Lucien Agoume, currently on loan at Brest, a player of the right profile for the Amilain club.

Young striker Samuele Mulattieri, who is following up a strong loan spell with Volendam last campaign by shining in Serie B with Crotone this campaign, is another who could be offered to Sassuolo.

The Nerazzurri have earmarked Raspadori as a long-term goal and are set to make a significant push to beat out the competition for his signature, which could include these young players.

By Toni Weeler