Genoa have reportedly reached an agreement to sign striker Andrea Pinamonti from Inter for €18m, with Chievo making a profit too.
According to both La Gazzetta dello Sport and FcInterNews.it, the Grifone will offer the young hitman a contract worth €1.5m plus bonuses rising through the years to €3m.
However, the Nerazzurri will have the right of first refusal if the Rossoblu consider selling him in the future.
Pinamonti spent the past season on loan at Frosinone, where he found the back of the net on five occasions in 27 appearances for the Canarini.
The 20-year-old starred for his nation at the U20 World Cup this summer, scoring four times as Italy ended the tournament in fourth place.
Meanwhile, Chievo Verona could be set to make as much as €9m from the forward's transfer to Liguria, as the Beneamata signed him from the Gialloblu in 2013, promising 50% of any future sale.