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Federico Chiesa - Interest from Juventus, Inter, and Napoli

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Inter push for Chiesa
 

Inter are looking to beat Napoli and Juventus to the signing of Fiorentina winger Federico Chiesa, according to reports.

The Italian international is one of the most sought-after youngsters in Serie A, and it was reported yesterday that his price tag is €60m.

Gazzetta dello Sport believes that both Juve and Napoli have made offers comprised of €50m and two players in exchange.

The Bianconeri are said to have offered Rolando Mandragora and Marko Pjaca, something which could tempt the Viola.

The newspaper also reports that Inter are very keen on Chiesa, with Coach Luciano Spalletti pushing hard to sign him.

The Nerazzurri are willing to offer €55-60m, but they need to wait until next month due to their Financial Fair Play obligations.

Chiesa’s father, Enrico, would prefer his son to stay in Florence for another year, but is said to see San Siro as the best destination if the Viola decide to sell this summer.

Meanwhile, Gazzetta also breaks down how the Beneamata plan to meet their FFP targets, with €45m needed by June 30.

Geoffrey Kondogbia's move to Valencia has brought a profit of €4m, while another €3m is expected when Galatasaray sign Yuto Nagatomo outright.

That leaves €38m to be brought in by selling other members of the squad.

While the Nerazzurri would listen to offers above €50m for Ivan Perisic or Ivan Brozovic, but so far there has only been interest, not concrete offers.

As a result the plan is to sell a number of young players to other teams, while including a buyback clause.

Goalkeeper Andrei Radu could join Genoa as a backup to Federico Marchetti, while talks are open with Sassuolo and Parma for Andrea Pinamonti.

Jens Odgaard, Zinho Vanheusden, Nicolo Zaniolo and Xian Emmers could also be sold with buyback options.

Finally, Dalbert looks set to join Monaco on loan with a €24m option to buy, creating a profit of around €3m.

 

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