Inter striker Andrea Pinamonti is waiting for Sassuolo to get a sale of Giacomo Raspadori to Napoli wrapped up so that they can make their move for him.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the 23-year-old is ready to join the Neroverdi, and that it is just the sale of Raspadori sale that must take place to trigger the move.
Pinamonti would agree to a move to Sassuolo now that the Emilians look to be in a much stronger position to sign him than Atalanta despite the fact that the latter have been pursuing him for much of the transfer window.
The Neroverdi’s plan is to reinvest the fee from a big money sale of Raspadori to Napoli in a move for Pinamonti, and would be ready to meet Inter’s asking price.
There is complete agreement between Nerazzurri CEO Beppe Marotta and his Neroverdi counterpart Giovanni Carnevali, while the player is now just waiting for the move to happen once Raspadori is sold.