Sasuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali feels that Inter Milan, Roma, and Juventus should be targeting West Ham United striker Gianluca Scamacca.

Speaking to Italian broadcaster RAI Rdio, via FCInterNews, Carnevali also argued that the 24-year-old, who left Sassuolo just one year ago, should nevertheless stay in the Premier League rather than coming back to his comfort zone in Italy.

Last summer, Scamacca made the big money move from Sassuolo to West Ham.

There had been persistent interest in the Italian international’s signature from all of Serie A’s big clubs, including Inter. But it was the Hammers who won the race.

Scamacca’s first season in East London was something of a mixed bag.

Injuries and an inability to really break into the first-choice starting eleven under West Ham coach David Moyes meant that the 24-year-old has not lived up to expectations or his price tag.

This has, naturally, led to plenty of rumours that a return to Serie A is not far away for Scamacca.

And for his part, Carnevali believes that Italy’s big clubs would do well to sign the Azzurri striker.

But he also believes that it is too soon for Scamacca to cut his adventure in the English top flight short.

Sassuolo CEO Carnevali Gives Thoughts On Scamacca

“He could be a gret signing for a top club,” Carnevali said of Scamacca. “He has a lot of quality, and room to grow.

“If I were at Inter, Roma or Juve, I’d absolutely sign him,” Carnevali continued.

“But if I were him, I’d stay in the Premier League rather than go to any of those clubs. He’s been there for a season, he’s had an injury that conditioned his performances, he arrived not knowing the league, language, or culture of England.”

“He’d do well to still play his cards in the Premier League, then return to Italy, particularly Roma, his home,” Carnevali said of Scamacca.

“Sometimes we have to face challenges and not be satisfied with ourselves,” the Neroverdi CEO added.

“He wants to return home, but I don’t know if that would do him any good.”