Inter Agree To Sell Youngster Oliver Jurgens To Torino, Gianluca Di Marzio Reports
Inter have agreed to sell young player Oliver Jurgens to Torino who will become the second Inter player to make that move this summer, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As has been reported by Gianluca Di Marzio, via FCInternews, the 2003 class player will move to Torino very soon.
He will be joining up with Valentino Lazaro who also moved to Torino this summer. The Austrian winger moved on a loan deal with an option to buy.
Oliver Jurgens is a centre-forward who was born in Estonia. The 19-year-old first came to Italy when signed for Hellas Verona U17s in 2019 from Nomme United.
He spent a year on loan with the AS Roma U17s before then being signed to the Inter U18s for a fee of £225,000.
He has made 30 Primavera 1 appearances during his career so far and has found the net six times and gotten for assists.