Inter Milan, Juventus, Freiburg, and Everton have all asked for information about Leeds United winger Willy Gnonto.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that Leeds have made clear that the price tag for the 19-year-old Italian international will be around €15-20 million as he is almost certain to leave during the summer transfer window.

With Leeds having suffered relegation to the Championship, a number of the club’s top stars could depart during the summer.

Azzurri star Gnonto looks to be among them.

The winger joined Leeds last summer from FC Zurich. This followed the Italian’s breakout season in Switzerland and subsequent call-ups to his national team.

However, Gnonto was unable to keep Leeds from being relegated from the English top flight.

Inter Milan & Juventus Among Clubs Interested In Willy Gnonto

Gnonto is a youth academy graduate from Inter.

The Italian left the Nerazzurri in search of regular playing time at the senior level to join Zurich. However, he has admitted that returning and playing for his boyhood team would be a dream for him.

According to the Gazzetta, Inter have in fact inquired to Leeds about what kind of offer would be required to sign Gnonto.

The Nerazzurri do not consider the teenager to be a priority target by any means. However, the Gazzetta reports, he is on their list for later in the transfer window.

Once Inter get priority targets like Davide Frattesi and Marcus Thuram out of the way, they could move.

This would particularly be the case should the Nerazzurri have some money to invest in the market from sales.

One of Inter’s tasks for later in the window will be to try and move Joaquin Correa on and replace him. According to the Gazzetta, Arsenal’s Folarin Balogun is their priority target in this respect.

However, the Nerazzurri are also thinking about Gnonto as a possibility. He would certainly represent a romantic return considering his links with the club.

Meanwhile, Juventus have already asked about Gnonto as a possible replacement if Federico Chiesa were to leave.

And, the Gazzetta, both Everton and Freiburg are seriously thinking about a move for Gnonto.