Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali has said that Gianluca Scamacca would be a useful player for both Inter and AC Milan but suggests a move abroad would be easier to arrange, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking whilst on Sky Sport, via FCInternews, the CEO named the two Milan clubs as sides that the Italian striker could play well for. He then explained that it would be a shame if a talented young Italian left Serie A but financially it is very easy for that to happen.
“It is true that he can be useful to Inter or to Milan, but I also think that honestly, it will not be easy. And I would be sorry if one of the most important Italian players for that role ended up in a foreign team, but our clubs, including us, are struggling a little from an economic point of view. This is why I think it is easier for a player like Scamacca to go to a foreign league today.”
Some Premier League clubs have expressed interest in Gianluca Scamacca and those clubs have much more available money than Inter and AC Milan.
Giovanni Carnevali did make it clear that no actual bids have come in for the player yet so all talk is hypothetical, but there is certainly serious interest from a lot of clubs around Europe.
“Has an important offer arrived? Not to date, but there is interest. Many times you also want to understand the prices and purchase methods, there are regulations that are changing and you have to pay close attention to the various operations.
“However, for us there is the sporting part and we want to continue doing what we are doing next year as well. I am sure that something important will come: it is a satisfaction for our work. The main merit comes from the ownership which is the one that decides, then there is the group of managers and those who work from within to continue this project.”