Bologna have reportedly entered the race for young Inter Milan midfielder Giovanni Fabbian.

The 20-year-old was on the cusp of joining Udinese last week. He even underwent his medical.

However, the chaos that ensued on the Lazar Samardzic front sabotaged the whole operation.

The Serbian’s father demanded additional commissions at the eleventh hour. This ended up wrecking the transfer.

Samardzic eventually returned to Udinese which also ruined the plans for Fabbian who was heading in the opposite direction.

Nonetheless, the young Italian still has suitors in Serie A. According to Sky Sport via FcInterNews, Bologna have entered the race to sign the youngster.

As the source reveals, Frosinone have been negotiating a deal with the Nerazzurri for the Italy U21 starlet.

However, the newly promoted club is only offering a loan move. On the other hand, Bologna are willing to strike a permanent transfer.

Bologna And Inter Milan Could Agree A Permanent Transfer For Giovanni Fabbian With A Buy-Back Option

Nevertheless, Inter insist on maintaining a buy-back option for 12 million euros which can be triggered after two years.

As the report explains, the Nerazzurri had also added this clause in their doomed agreement with Udinese.

Fabbian joined Inter in 2018 following a stint at Padova’s youth ranks. The midfielder cemented himself as one of the most promising starlets in the club’s youth system.

Last season, he spent his campaign on loan at Reggina, delivering impressive displays in Serie B.

Fabbian will be eager to demonstrate his prowess in the Italian top flight.