Inter Milan will listen to offers of at least €30 million for teenage attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni during the summer transfer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

At the moment, Carboni is out on loan at Monza.

The Argentine joined the Brianzoli on a season-long loan deal last summer. It is just a dry loan, with the Lombard club having no purchase option on Carboni.

Carboni’s loan spell has been a successful one.

The aim was to have the teenage attacking midfielder receive regular playing time at the senior level.

And after initially spending a few weeks bedding into the team, Carboni has received that.

The Inter-owned player has scored two goals and made three assists in Serie A this season for Monza.

Inter Could Sell Valentin Carboni For The Right Price This Summer

Inter will have a decision to make regarding Carboni’s future very soon.

The Argentine international’s loan at Monza expires in less than two months.

And so Inter will have to think about whether they want to loan the player out again, or listen to offers to sell the player permanently.

According to the Gazzetta, a role in the Nerazzurri first team would basically be out of the question for Carboni next season.

The teenager does not have the right profile to play in Inter coach Simone Inzaghi’s 3-5-2 system at this stage.

Another loan would be possible. That way, Carboni could continue to grow with more playing time.

But a permanent sale would hardly be impossible, anticipates the Gazzetta.

Inter have reportedly rejected an offer of 20 million from Fiorentina. And then Brentford and West Ham United reportedly also see Carboni as a target.

But if an offer were to climb to 30 million, Inter could see it as too high to refuse, reports the Gazzetta.