Talks between Inter and Atalanta are beginning to really take off regarding a possible deal for striker Andrea Pinamonti.

This according to Italian news outlet La Repubblica, who report that the Nerazzurri and La Dea are in talks for a possible paid loan deal containing a purchase obligation worth €17 million for the 23-year-old.

Atalanta are pressing hard for the signature of Pinamonti, who they have identified as an ideal target in attack, and they are ready to offer the striker a four-year deal worth €1.8 million net per season.

As far as talks with the Nerazzurri go, the Lombard team are starting to try and iron out a structure for a deal, with further talks expected today regarding the striker.

A deal similar to the one which saw Robin Gosens move the other way in January could be agreed upon, with the Nerazzurri ready to accept an initial paid loan containing a purchase obligation.

Inter have set the valuation at €22 million for Pinamonti, and while Monza have offered €18 million plus €2 million in add-ons, Atalanta could move ahead of them with a paid loan offer containing a purchase obligation worth €17 million.