Fiorentina are pushing to beat Inter Milan to the signing of Genoa’s Albert Gudmundsson.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper report that the Grifone certainly won’t sell the forward for less than 30 million.

It was always inevitable that Genoa’s Gudmundsson would be one of the hot names on the transfer market this summer in Serie A.

The Icelandic international scored fourteen goals and made seven assists for the Grifone last season.

And Inter have led the charge to sign Gudmundsson by all accounts.

The Nerazzurri have been strongly linked with the former AZ Alkmaar forward for months now.

As the Gazzetta note, Inter’s chase of Gudmundsson looks to be on the backburner for now. They are also working on other priorities, whilst a deal for the Icelander would be financially difficult.

However, Gudmundsson would reportedly be enthusiastic about a move to Inter.

Meanwhile, the likes of Roma, Napoli, and Juventus are reportedly all also targeting Gudmundsson.

Fiorentina Pushing To Beat Inter To Albert Gudmundsson Signing

And there is another club in Serie A who had already tried to sign Gudmundsson earlier this year.

Fiorentina had reportedly targeted the Genoa forward during the January transfer window. However, the Grifone rebuffed their offer.

But according to the Gazzetta, that has not deterred the Tuscan club.

Fiorentina are making a renewed push to sign Gudmundsson.

Inter should be the Tuscans’ toughest rival for the Icelander. Particularly given his widely reported desire to join the Italian champions.

However, there is no guarantee that Inter will make a move for Gudmundsson.

The Nerazzurri would have to make sales before they can make a big offer for the Genoa forward.

And Fiorentina are hoping that gives them a window to make their move for Gudmundsson.

It will certainly be costly, though. The Gazzetta confirm that Genoa would not consider letting Gudmundsson go for a penny less than 30 million.