From Palermo to Genoa, Inter Prodigy Finds Himself in Demand

Ternana fullback Niccolò Corrado, who is a product of Inter’s Primavera system, has emerged on the radars of several top-flight Italian clubs. Having joined the Rossoverdi last summer, Corrado shone bright in 2022/23, registering 37 uninterrupted appearances for the club. He is now wanted by a plethora of clubs, including boyhood club Inter.

Inter possess the right to buy back Corrado for €2M in a year’s time but are still evaluating the prospect of signing the 23-year-old before the summer window ends.

As per Tuttomercatoweb, the Nerazzurri will face heightened competition from interested suitors, including Sassuolo, Genoa, and Salernitana. Torino are the latest club to have enquired about the availability of Corrado, but Sassuolo are reportedly in pole position.

From Serie B, it is Palermo keeping close tabs, and there lies the opportunity to be a permanent starter on the left flank for the Rosanero. However, the prospect of starring in the top flight cannot go amiss for Corrado at such a tender age. However, as Ternana sporting director Stefano Capozucca intends, any suitor will have to shed no less than €2M to lure.

Our Take on Corrado

The negotiations for Corrado will depend largely on Capozucca and Inter executives Piero Ausilio and Dario Baccin. While it is likely that Inter could execute the operation of buying him back, it will not be surprising to see Ternana open talks with other suitors who fancy tabling an acceptable bid.

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