With the transfer of Mauro Icardi to Paris Saint-Germain now only to be made official, Inter has acquired an advantage position in the race against Sandro Tonali compared to Juventus. An advantage that the Nerazzurri have no intention of wasting. Of course, satisfying the exorbitant demands of Brescia (50 million) will not be easy. But from Milan they push hard for Lodi’s talent. The figure indicated by Cellino at the moment seems unapproachable for everyone. Here then, to check it, Inter could propose two hypotheses of negotiation. One of these, the most likely, involves the insertion of Andrea Pinamonti, who Inter will bring back to Milan from Genoa for a figure close to 20 million euros. To illustrate all possible avenues is the Gazzetta dello Sport:
FIRST HYPOTHESIS – “The first is to add Sebastiano Esposito’s loan to cash and bonuses. The hypothesis would not leave Cellino indifferent even if it is difficult to think that Esposito can accept the B, just as Cellino is never enthusiastic about including players on loan only in negotiations “.
SECOND HYPOTHESIS – “… Maybe with a package consisting of cash plus the Andrea Pinamonti card, on which Inter has a right to withdraw from Genoa. An operation worth around 40 million in total between technical counterpart of value – and possible future collection for Brescia -, fixed part and bonus “.
(Source: the Gazzetta dello Sport)