Inter have reportedly reached an agreement with Sassuolo over a deal for Stefano Sensi, which could rise to €30m.
They appear to have been fruitful as Gianluca Di Marzio claims Inter will pay €5m to sign the midfielder on loan with an option to buy, somewhere between €22m-€25m, in a deal resembling the one that took Matteo Politano to San Siro last season.
“It went well, now we’ll see if we can set something up with Inter,” Riso said after the summit.
“We talked to them, now we’ll see what happens in the next few hours. There are good feelings on my part.”
Teenage striker Edoardo Vergani is also being tipped to head in the opposite direction as part of the transfer, which comes as something of a surprise, given Sensi seemed to be set for Milan.
Meanwhile, both Di Marzio and Fabrizio Romano are adamant the 23-year-old’s arrival does not rule out a move for Nicolo Barella as the Cagliari man is still seen as their top target.
Barella is reported to have his heart set on joining the Nerazzurri this summer, despite interest from Roma, Milan and Paris Saint-Germain.