Inter Milan, Fiorentina, and Juventus are all keen to sign versatile Genoa forward Albert Gudmundsson this summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper anticipate that Genoa’s asking price could be a decisive factor in the transfer battle.

It is not very surprising why Gudmundsson is on a number of big clubs’ radars.

The 26-year-old has been one of the revelations of the Serie A season.

This is not actually Gudmundsson’s first campaign in the Italian top flight. He had joined Genoa in January midway through the 2021-22 season.

But the Grifone were relegated to Serie B that season, with Gudmundsson going on to spend last season in the second division with the club.

The Icelander helped Genoa bounce straight back up to the top flight.

And, back in Serie A, Gudmundsson has been one of the Ligurians’ undeniable star men.

Gudmundsson has scored ten goals and assisted a further three in 26 Serie A appearances so far.

Moreover, the former AZ and PSV forward’s versatility has also been key. He can play anywhere from a midfield role to as an out-and-out attacker.

This was on show against Inter last month as Gudmundsson switched roles throughout the match, to very good effect.

Inter, Fiorentina & Juventus Keen On Albert Gudmundsson

That sort of versatility is a big part of reason why Inter are keen on Gudmundsson.

The Icelander would tick the box of a player who can add quality to the attack, a different sort of style to any of the forwards already in the team, and also someone capable of playing in midfield.

The Nerazzurri are strategizing on how to potentially play a formation with an attacking midfield behind two strikers next season.

And Gudmundsson would be perfect in this respect. That is the role that the 26-year-old had ended up playing at the San Siro against Inter.

Meanwhile, Fiorentina and Juventus are also very keen on Gudmundsson, reports Tuttosport.

La Viola had in fact pushed to sign the Icelander during the January transfer window.

But Fiorentina’s offer only rose as high as 20 million plus 3 million in add-ons. On the other hand, Genoa held out for 40 million.

Therefore, the question of whether or not the Ligurians continue to demand a very steep fee like that could play a key role in where Gudmundsson ends up, if he leaves the Marassi at all this summer.