The Pinamonti operation was defined in detail only yesterday: the striker goes to Sassuolo on loan with the obligation to buy back 20 million
The sale of Andrea Pinamonti at Sassuolo: the neroverde club opted for the lunge on the ’99 class after the exit of Gianluca Scamacca and the one that is about to be concluded by Giacomo Raspadori. These are the details of the operation from La Gazzetta dello Sport: “The attacker goes to Sassuolo on loan with a redemption obligation set at 20 million, payable in four years. He will sign a four-year contract with an option for the fifth and an upfront salary: first year from 1.5 million and last from 2.
The only drawback of a very important operation for Inter is that of not having included in the deal the right to buy back (the famous recompra), but the CEO Beppe Marotta and his friend-colleague from Sassuolo Giovanni Carnevali signed a “pact between gentlemen” with a handshake. In fact, he will give Inter a preferential lane in the event of a future sale of Pinamonti. Of course, the farewell of the striker does not guarantee Inter that powerful momentum towards the 60 million assets requested by Suning by next 30 June, but perhaps it gives the company some more ammunition to resist the possible new Paris-Qatari assault for Skriniar.
11 August – 09.15
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