Inter have made it very clear that they will not be accepting any less than €20 million for Andrea Pinamonti this summer, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.

As has been reported by Sky Sport 24, via FCInter1908, the Nerazzurri view Andrea Pinamonti as one of the ways they can either fund other transfer deals or how they can end the summer transfer window with a profit of €80 million.

He spent last season on loan at Empoli which means that upon returning, he is not a player that will need to be replaced when he is sold. He also scored 13 goals whilst with the Azzurri which means his stock and price tag have never been higher.

He is 23 years old which means that he is mature but not yet in his prime. Many clubs are interested, the most seeming to be Salernitana and Monza but the fee could be a problem.