Inter reach agreement in principle to sign Sassuolo’s Davide Frattesi

Inter are edging closer to sealing a move for Sassuolo midfielder and Italy international Davide Frattesi.

La Gazzetta dello Sport today state that Frattesi has given his approval to joining the Nerazzurri, who he prefers over other clubs in the race. There is also an agreement an agreement in principle with Sassuolo, who have agreed to receive a fee of €35 million after an expensive initial loan. They would also get Samuele Mulattieri, who is valued at €5 million, as part of the move.

But the reason why the move isn’t going through is that Inter still need some money from a sale. Steven Zhang, as a result, is yet to give approval to the move. In a way, it is a situation that is fairly similar to that of Bremer last summer, as Inter lost him to Juventus.

Milan have also entered the race in recent days, as they look at a potential replacement for the injured Ismael Bennacer. Roma are still in the chase because they have an advantage due to the 30 percent future resale fee in the contract of their former midfielder. 





Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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