Following a positive season on loan at Empoli, a bidding war could develop for Inter striker Andrea Pinamonti amidst strong interest from Torino and Sassuolo.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Tuttosport, as many as four Serie A clubs are giving consideration to swooping for Pinamonti in the summer, including Lazio and Fiorentina.
Aquile coach Maurizio Sarri has identified the 22-year-old as a potential successor to Ciro Immobile should he depart the capital club this summer, whilst Fiorentina are weighing up an approach if they do not convert Krzysztof Piatek’s loan into a permanent deal.
However, the strongest interest comes from Torino and Sassuolo, with the former preparing for life after captain Andrea Belotti, and they could offer the Nerazzurri Gleison Bremer in exchange.
This would suit Inter due to their long-term interest in the Brazilian, as well as expected interest from the Premier League in current centre-back Stefan De Vrij, whilst they may also send back-up goalkeeper Ionut Radu to Turin as part of the deal.
Sassuolo, meanwhile, are anticipating the departures of three key attackers in Giacomo Raspadori, Gianluca Scamacca, and Domenico Berardi. Inter are hoping to secure a deal for Scamacca, as well as midfielder Davide Frattesi, and could offer Pinamonti in exchange to bring down the cost of that double swoop.