Inter have refused to rule out the possibility of a swap deal with Juventus concerning Giampaolo Pazzini and Fabio Quagliarella.
“In these months of the transfer market, what seems impossible today can become reality tomorrow,” director general Marco Fassone noted.
“For the moment there are no negotiations taking place, but we should never rule out anything…”
Pazzini is available for transfer after being told by boss Andrea Stramaccioni that he will be the second choice striker behind Diego Milito.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta is a big fan of the forward given that he was the man who signed him for Sampdoria.
Quagliarella, meanwhile, could leave Turin as he is not guaranteed a starting shirt in the plans of boss Antonio Conte.
Inter are rejuvenating their squad this summer and Fassone has high hopes that two of their emerging talents could shine.
“We believe in the youth project,” Fassone continued. “Philippe Coutinho is doing well and we shouldn’t forget about Juan Jesus who is at the Olympics.”
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