Inter could look to persuade Sassuolo on a deal to sign Giacomo Raspadori in January by including players in an exchange.
This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who name midfielder Lucien Agoume and striker Samuele Mulattieri as two players who the Nerazzurri would be ready to offer in order to secure Raspadori’s signature.
Raspadori is a long-term target for Inter, and with the player reportedly not happy under current Neroverdi manager Alessio Dionisi, he could be on his way out as early as January.
The Neroverdi value the 21-year-old at €40 million, but the Nerazzurri could look to sign him on loan initially during the January window before making the move permanent.
Agoume is currently on loan in Ligue 1 with Brest, while Mulattieri is on loan at Crotone in Serie B, but either of the two young players could be offered to Sassuolo.
A necessary condition for the January arrival of Raspadori, however, would be the departure of Alexis Sanchez during the January window.