Catania’s short winger Alejandro Gomez has reportedly caught the eye of those planning Inter’s overhaul this summer.
The 24-year-old tricky wideman, who has been at the Elefanti for two seasons and only missed three games for Vincenzo Montella’s side this term, has previously been linked with the Nerazzurri.
Sky Sport Itaila are suggesting that the interest from the Milanese, that has reportedly seen them send scouts to several Catania games, is now materialising further.
However, there is allegedly a gulf between the two clubs’ valuation of the player, with Inter said to be preparing a €6m bid against the Rossazzurri’s €10m asking price. The Sicilians paid San Lorenzo a reported €3m to bring the Argentine to Serie A in 2010.
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