Inter will only sell defender Lorenzo Pirola this summer if the deal is to contain a buyback clause for them, with Monza and Salernitana keen on his signature.
This according to yesterday’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri would be insistent on the buyback option, and could keep him in Milan rather than selling him if a deal with such a clause cannot be agreed.
Monza have not exercised their option to make Pirola’s loan deal from over the past two seasons into a permanent stay, but they are still very much interested in buying the young defender permanently ahead of next season.
Meanwhile, Salernitana have also joined the race, and they have made clear that they want to sign the 20-year-old.
However, apart from neither of these clubs having yet convinced Inter on a fee for Pirola, the Nerazzurri are also holding out for a deal tht contains a buyback option, and if they cannot agree one he could stay until at least the January transfer window.