All of Bologna, Genoa, and Frosinone are interested in signing young Inter Milan midfielder Giovanni Fabbian.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market Gianluca Di Marzio, who reports on his homepage that the 20-year-old’s move to Udinese is now in serious doubt with Lazar Samardzic’s transfer collapsing, and other clubs are back in to sign him.

Inter’s deal to sign Lazar Samardzic from Udinese is now, finally, dead in the water.

There is now no longer any room for the Nerazzurri to negotiate with the Udinese midfielder’s entourage. They have closed the door for good.

This development does not only concern Samardzic, however.

As part of the deal to sign the 21-year-old, the Nerazzurri were reportedly ready to send Fabbian to the Friulani.

Whilst the two transfers would nominally be separate, the two clubs negotiated them in tandem. It was to effectively be a player-plus-cash transfer.

Bologna, Genoa & Frosinone All Back In The Race For Giovanni Fabbian

Whilst Di Marzio reports that Fabbian going to Udinese anyway cannot be ruled out, the move is now in major doubt.

The Nerazzurri had negotiated to sell thew 20-year-old on a permanent basis, but with a buyback option.

And, if Fabbian doesn’t join the Friulani this summer, some other clubs feel they could be back in the race.

Inter will likely find a new club for the 20-year-old one way or the other. They could loan him out to a club other than Udinese, therefore.

According to Di Marzio, all of Bologna, Salernitana, and Genoa are big admirers of Fabbian.

The trio would all have an interest in loaning in the young midfielder if his move to Udinese falls through along with Samardzic’s in the other direction.

Fabbian impressed on loan with Reggina last season. The Calabrian club named him as their player of the season.