Inter are set to earn €900,000 from Federico Bonazzoli’s move from Sampdoria to Salernitana this summer, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Nerazzurri have been made happy by the striker’s decision to move to Salernitana on a permanent deal.
He spent last season on loan at Salernitana and his goals were key to them miraculously avoiding relegation back to Serie B at the first time of asking.
He since went back to Sampdoria but Salernitana have been working hard to get him back on a permanent deal and now they have signed him for €4.5 million.
When Inter sold him to Sampdoria, they inserted a clause meaning that they get 20% of any future sale of the player.
A similar situation could happen with Nicolo Zaniolo who is linked with a move from Roma. Inter will get 15% of any sale Roma make.