Fiorentina and Torino are among clubs interested in signing out-of-favour Inter Milan midfielder Stefano Sensi this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the Nerazzurri will definitely sell the 27-year-old former Sassuolo midfielder during the transfer window, but that his next club remains unclear.

At the moment, Sensi is part of the Inter squad working in preseason training.

The Italian international has been having an impressive preseason. A goal against Paris Saint-Germain in a friendly win earlier today put the cherry on top in that sense.

However, according to CM, this does not change anything about Sensi’s future at Inter.

The arrival of Lazar Samardziv will mean that there is no room for the ex-Neroverdi man in the team next season.

Therefore, CM report, Inter are still definitely looking to offload Sensi.

The 27-year-old had spent the season just gone on loan with Monza.

However, the Brianzoli declined to exercise a purchase option in the deal. Thus, Inter are looking for a different suitor.

Inter Aim To Sell Sensi On A Permanent Basis – Fiorentina & Torino Considering A Move

Stefano Sensi’s current contract with Inter expires at the end of June 2024.

Therefore, unless the Nerazzurri want to lose the player on a free transfer in twelve months’ time, they will have to offload Stefano Sensi on a permanent basis this summer.

The alternative, CM note, would be to extend the Italian’s contract before another loan.

However, this is not what Inter want. As far as a fee, Sensi is currently amortized in Inter’s balance sheet for €6 million.

Therefore, that is the amount that the Nerazzurri would have to sell the player for in order to avoid taking a capital loss, and likely the minimum that they would aim for.

At the moment, the outlet report that Fiorentina and Torino are both considering a move for Sensi.

The 27-year-old, who has also spent half a season on loan at Sampdoria, has had his injury problems. These have been a big part of the reason why he hasn’t been able to carve out a place at Inter.

But the Nerazzurri hope that a team still see the midfielder’s quality and feel that he is worth going after.