Sassuolo warn Milan and Inter about Raspadori

by | Jun 4, 2021 10:04

Inter and Milan have targeted Sassuolo attacker Giacomo Raspadori, but the Neroverdi CEO Giovanni Carnevali said he’s not for sale.

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports the two giants from Milan are prepared to fight for the young Italy international’s signature, but might have to fight other clubs like Olympique Marseille, RB Leipzig and Eintracht Frankfurt.

Raspadori turned 21 in February and has impressed in the second half of the campaign, enough to secure a place in Italy CT Roberto Mancini’s squad for Euro 2020 this summer.

The youngster was the most surprising inclusion in the Italy squad for the competition, as he has never played for the senior side.

Carnevali is willing to sell Manuel Locatelli for the right price this summer but doesn’t want to let Raspadori leave.

“Raspadori is priceless,” Carnevali told Tuttosport. “In the sense that we don’t want to sell him.

“Sassuolo are focusing on young players and Giacomo must dedicate himself to us. The same goes for [Gianluca] Scamacca.

“For Raspadori, in any case, we don’t even want to listen to proposals. For the other players followed by the top clubs, however, we will see.”



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