Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali does not believe that it’s certain that Inter target Davide Frattesi will leave the Neroverdi in the summer.
Speaking to Rome-based newspaper Il Messaggero in an interview published in today’s print edition, the Sassuolo executive clarified the situation with the 22-year-old midfielder.
Frattesi has been widely reported as one of the Nerazzurri’s major targets to shore up their midfield during the summer transfer window.
The player could be available for the right offer and Inter are reportedly in talks for him, but it also cannot be ruled out that the Neroverdi could keep hold of him.
“A number of top clubs in Italy and abroad have inquired about him,” Carnevali said of the midfielder. “He will eventually play at a high level, but it can’t be taken for granted that he’ll leave in the summer, he could also stay.”
And the CEO also gave an update on the future of striker Gianluca Scamacca, another player widely linked with a move to the Nerazzurri during the upcoming summer transfer window.
“Scamacca, being a forward, has a huge market and is already in the national team setup,” he said. “Inter were among the first to inquire, but we’ve also received requests from abroad.”
“For the moment there is no closure or agreement,” he added on the 22-year-old striker. “We need to determine what’s right for the player as well.”