Inter Milan, Juventus, and Roma are all holding talks with Sassuolo for the signature of midfielder Davide Frattesi.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri and the Bianconeri both met with Sassuolo yesterday to discuss the 23-year-old, whilst Roma plan to hold talks with the Neroverdi today.

Interest in Frattesi is starting to pick up in view of the upcoming summer transfer window.

Juventus are keen on signing the Neroverdi midfielder as part of their midfield rebuild.

Meanwhile, Brighton and Hove Albion are looking to bring the 23-year-old to the Premier League. Roberto De Zerbi could play a decisive influence in his club’s chase of Frattesi.

The Sassuolo midfielder is also a target for Newcastle United and Paris Saint-Germain.

Inter, Juventus & Roma All Meet With Roma For Frattesi Talks

According to Sky, yesterday both the Nerazzurri and the Bianconeri were at Sassuolo headquarters to discuss Frattesi.

First, Inter CEO Beppe Marotta met with his Neroverdi opposite number Giovanni Carnevali over lunch.

Then, Juventus CFO Francesco Calvo and Sporting Director Giovanni Manna were at Sassuolo headquarters later in the afternoon.

Moreover, Sky report, these will not be the only talks that Sassuolo hold regarding Frattesi over this week. The broadcaster report that today, they will meet with Roma, who are also interested in signing the midfielder.

It is looking as though a sale of Frattesi during the upcoming summer transfer window is getting likelier and likelier.

Multiple big Italian clubs are starting to get serious in their interest. The coming weeks should reveal which are able to strike a deal with Sassuolo for Frattesi.

Or, conversely, the 23-year-old could make the switch to the Premier League.

This season, Frattesi has made 41 appearances across all competitions for Sassuolo. He has scored eight goals in the process.

Last time around, Frattesi’s first in Serie A, the midfielder made 41 appearances and scored five goals across all competitions for the Neroverdi.