The Under-21 international was called up to the 32-man long list for Italy’s Euro 2012 campaign, but is currently co-owned between Genoa and Siena.
“Everyone knows the situation, we are waiting for Genoa and Siena to talk it over and resolve the co-ownership terms,” said Renzo Contratto on Fcinternews.it.
“After that, Inter must knock on the door of the club that owns his contract and launch an attack if they really want him.
“However, they need to hurry up, as there are other clubs in the running too.”
Destro grew up in the Nerazzurri youth academy, but was sold to Genoa as part of the Andrea Ranocchia transfer.
“Until I receive a phone call and then sit round a table to talk about it, I cannot say anything on his future,” added the agent.
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