Inter Have Been Monitoring Sassuolo’s Giacomo Raspadori For A Long Time But He Won’t Be Cheap, Italian Media Report
Inter have clearly identified Sassuolo striker Giacomo Raspadori as a long-term target, but the 21-year-old will not be easy to sign without a significant financial investment.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the striker’s current club hope to sell him when he is at maximum value, and that he will not come cheap should the Nerazzurri move for him.
Inter are far from the only club interested in Raspadori’s signature, with major clubs in Italy as well as elsewhere in Europe also having been monitoring the young striker.
However, the Nerazzurri’s interest is among the strongest in the player, and they have been tracking him for some time with a view to a serious move for him.
The Neroverdi, for their part, are aware that they have a potentially highly valuable asset on their hands in Raspadori, and along with fellow young Italian attacker Gianluca Scamacca, they will aim to monetize his departure to the highest extent.
The Emilian club’s track record with outgoing transfers suggests that they will hold on to Raspadori until they feel that he has developed to the point where his value on the market is at peak, and only then will they allow him to leave.
Should this be the case, then Inter’s interest in the striker is hardly likely to wane, but they will also know that they can be expected to make a significant outlay in order to sign him.