Inter are set to bring in €600,000 in the event that Salernitana buy striker Federico Bonazzoli in the form of a sell-on fee.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri are entitled to 20% of any transfer fee for the 25-year-old, and that Salernitana are ready to trigger a clause in his loan to make his stay permanent for €3 million.

Bonazzoli joined Sampdoria in 2015 after having come through the Nerazzurri’s youth academy, and as part of the deal the Nerazzurri included a sell-on clause that they would receive 20% of any future sale of the striker.

The 25-year-old has been out on loan several times throughout his time as a Sampdoria player, but last season’s spell with Salernitana proved to be the most successful as his ten goals helped the Cmpanian club to improbable survival in their first season back in Serie A.

The Granata will have the option to purchase Bonazzoli permanently with a €3 million, 20% of which would go to Inter, and they are inclined towards doing so.