Inter to Benefit from Mulattieri Clause in Frattesi Deal

While Sassuolo gained €25M from the departure of Davide Frattesi, Samuele Mulattieri’s arrival is often overlooked. Frattesi departs on a loan with an obligation to buy for Inter, but it is Mulattieri who spices up the deal for the Neroverdi, as they sign the striker partly responsible for Frosinone’s promotion to Serie A.

However, Inter have bagged a sizeable deal with Sassuolo, with the inclusion of a percentage of a future resale for Mulattieri, report Corriere dello Sport (via SassuoloNews). Inter will reportedly have a 10% cut of any future transfer fee.

The 22-year-old Spezia-born striker possesses a price tag of €6M, bringing the overall valuation of the Frattesi transfer to Inter worth about €35-40M including add-ons and bonuses.

Frosinone had a purchase option to sign the Italy U21 international from Inter following his loan stint. However, the Nerazzurri utilized their quick thinking and activated the buyback clause that was included as part of the loan deal to the Lazio-based side.

Mulattieri scored 12 goals and registered 4 assists in 28 appearances for Frosinone last season, as the Canarini won the Serie B title.

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