Reggina are not likely to sell former Inter forward Rigoberto Rivas during the January transfer window despite some transfer interest in him.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Calabrians plan to keep hold of the 24-year-old Honduran international who is a target for Spezia and Sion, meaning the Nerazzurri aren’t likely to receive a sell-on fee this month.

Rivas made the switch from Inter to Reggina on a permanent transfer during the summer transfer window of 2021.

The Nerazzurri retain a clause that would entitle them to a sell-on fee from any future transfer that Rivas makes away from the Calabrians.

Reggina are currently second in the Serie B table and pushing for promotion to Serie A, and Rivas’s form has been good, as he has scored three goals so far this campaign and assisted a further two.

This has led to interest from Spezia in bringing the 24-year-old to Serie A this month, whilst Swiss top flight side Sion would like to sign him as well.

However, Rivas’s form and his importance to Reggina’s promotion push has meant that they have little interest in selling him, and want to keep hold of the Honduran until at least the end of the current season.