Genoa attacker Albert Gudmundsson is hoping to join Inter Milan in the summer, even if it means waiting a little further for the Italian champions to make their move.

The 27-year-old was one of the main stars of the 2023/24 Serie A campaign, enjoying a major breakthrough.

Therefore, most observers expect the Grifone to cash in on his services this summer and register major capital gains.

But while the Nerazzurri have been keeping tabs on the player for quite some time now, they cannot launch an onslaught before offloading some of their players.

As we reported yesterday, Inter will be looking to sell Marko Arnautovic and Joaquin Correa to make room for Gumdundsson.

But according to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInter1908, the Icelandic star remains patient.

The versatile forward is reportedly willing to bide his time and await Inter’s offer.

Genoa Star Albert Gudmundsson Waiting For Inter Milan Bid

The Nerazzurri have already opened a track with Genoa this summer. The two clubs are on the verge of finalizing a move for goalkeeper Josep Martinez worth 15 million euros.

Afterwards, the Beneamata will be looking to follow up on the signing of the Spaniard by securing an agreement for Gudmundsson.

As the source explains, the Nerazzurri could struggle to meet Genoa’s asking price of 35 million euros. Therefore, the two parties could opt for an initial move with an obligation to buy that could be triggered next winter. This would be similar to Davide Frattesi’s operation.

The pink newspaper adds that Gaetano Oristanio could move to Liguria as an exchange pawn. The 21-year-old has similar characteristics to the Iceland international, so he could be his heir at the Luigi Ferraris.

Finally, Inter could also insert a special clause to protect themselves in case the courts in Iceland were to find Gudmundsson guilty in an assault case.

The original trial acquitted the player, but the court of appeal is still viewing the case.