Siena won’t be rushed into making a decision about Mattia Destro, says Vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma.
Destro will be co-owned by Genoa and Siena at the end of the season when the latter will be forced to buy a 50 per cent share in him following his 12-month loan.
However, the striker’s future is unclear given his successful campaign at the Stadio Franchi.
He’s wanted by a host of top clubs such as Inter and Juventus, while Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi last week claimed that the Rossoblu would be in the Under-21 international’s future.
“A lot of clubs are interested in our players,” Mezzaroma stated. “When it comes to Destro, we’ll wait until June and then we’ll assess the situation with Genoa.”
Destro, formerly of Inter, is a 21-year-old who has scored nine goals in 25 League games for the Tuscan minnows this term.
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