After Benfica, Eintracht have inquired for Pinamonti. Inter are open to sell outright only if there's buy-back clause
Talents and quality of Andrea Pinamonti are tempting several clubs scattered between Italy and rest of Europe. After Benfica, now Eintracht Frankfurt have emerged as a contender as the German club followed him last football season and also at the U-20 World Cup where Pinamonti impressed with quality and personality.
According to FCIN1908, Eintracht made an inquiry last week with Inter showing desire to start a possible negotiation. The only way that Inter would do an outright sale is for the club of Suning to have a buy-back clause. And to that condition, the Rossoneri of Germany are not backing away.
Both sides should see each other again in the upcoming weeks. The goal of Eintracht is to “soften” Inter’s demand and convince the young striker of their own technical project. They just sold Jovic to Real Madrid and would like to focus strongly on Pinamonti to build a young attack with a lot of potential.