Inter look to have the advantage in the race to sign Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi this summer over Juventus.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that both clubs are pushing for the 22-year-old but that it is the Nerazzurri who are in pole position.
Inter are targeting Frattesi as the profile needed to freshen their midfield options with youth and potential with several players set to leave in the position, whilst the Bianconeri see him as key to a summer midfield overhaul.
For the moment the Nerazzurri are further along in their pursuit, especially given the friendship between CEO Beppe Marotta and his Neroverdi counterpart Giovanni Carnevali, which has facilitated the talks.
However, the Bianconeri are also increasingly pushing, and could yet give Inter serious competition to get a deal done for Frattesi, while they are also pushing to sign his teammate Giacomo Raspadori.