Inter and Juventus have both been in talks with Genoa regarding the future of Siena revelation Mattia Destro.
The striker, co-owned with the Marassi outfit, is expected to join a big club after his 12 goals in Serie A this term.
However, a transfer can not take place until his co-ownership status is resolved between the sides who own him.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Genoa have offered Siena €5m to buy the player back. Siena want €6m.
Inter, meanwhile, are understood to have offered around €7m to Genoa for a half-share in the Under-21 international – €3m short of Genoa’s valuation.
Juventus allegedly want to sign the player outright from Genoa and are ready to do a player exchange deal which could include Ciro Immobile [already 50 per cent owned by Genoa], Marcelo Estigarribia or Luca Marrone.
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