Pisa and Udinese are among the clubs interested in potentially signing Inter striker Eddie Salcedo ahead of next season.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Tuscans are interested in signing Salcedo as a replacement for Lorenzo Lucca whilst he is also a player on Udinese’s radar.
Pisa have agreed a deal with Ajax to sell young striker Lucca, and the Serie B side are wasting no time in seeking out a replacement, with Salcedo one of the main names on their list of possible attacking reinforcements.
Meanwhile, Udinese have also asked for information about the 20-year-old and are weighing up a move before the summer transfer window closes.
Salcedo spent last season on loan with Spezia where he found playing time hard to come by, and before that had been on loan at Hellas Verona for two seasons, and the young striker looks to have a couple possible destinations within Italy for his next club.