Inter do not want to give up total control of Andrea Pinamonti when they sell him to a new club this summer, according to a report in the Italian print media today.
As has been reported by Tuttosport today, Inter are continuing to negotiate with Atalanta for the sale of the 23-year-old forward but they could try to include a buy-back clause so that they do not lose total control of the forward.
By doing that, the Nerazzurri could be forced to offer a discounted price to La Dea for the player who scored 13 times for Empoli whilst on loan last season.
It shows that Inter still believe that Andrea Pinamonti can be a very high-level striker in the future and they would like the option to buy him back for an agreed fee should he reach new heights at Atalanta.
They could also be doing it so that Andrea Pinamonti can replace Edin Dzeko who could leave at the end of next season.