Inter are hoping that Roma decide to cash in on midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo this summer, as they would receive 15% the fee from any sale of the 22-year-old.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Giallorossi may decide to sell Zaniolo this summer in order to finance other transfer business, and that the Nerazzurri would be entitled to 15% of the sell-on value.
Zaniolo made the switch from Inter to Roma during the summer of 2018 as part of a deal that saw Radja Nainggolan move the other way, and as part of the deal the Nerazzurri inserted a clause which would entitle them to 15% of any future sell-on value if the Giallorossi choose to sell him.
Roma are seriously considering allowing the midfielder to leave this summer if the right offer comes along, with clubs in Serie A and the Premier League keen on him.
The Giallorossi have slapped a €60 million price tag on Zaniolo, and at this fee the Nerazzurri would receive €9 million, but even if the value of a deal proves to be lower they would still bring in some much-needed cash.