Inter Relishing Touted Prospect Blossoming with Reggina

Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta and coach Simone Inzaghi attended the recent Serie B contest between Como and Reggina for a couple of reasons. The Amaranto are managed by the boss’ brother Filippo. In addition, they took a close look at their prodigy Giovanni Fabbian.

The 19-year-old is thriving in his first spell among the pros. He has hit the net 5 fives and assisted once in 17 appearances so far. As per Calciomercato, the Nerazzurri poached him from Padova four years ago, besting Juventus in the race. He capped his Primavera run by winning the title.

His current gaffer recently commented on how Fabbian joined Reggina.

“The credit goes to his agent Michelangelo Minieri, who wore me down to sign him. He told me that his traits would have been perfect for my playing style.”

The decision has paid off, as the youngster is Reggina’s leading scorer. His valuation has skyrocketed in a short period of time, reaching the €20M threshold. Inter will have a decision to make in the summer and can go in a few different directions. The most straightforward one would be to keep him to replace Roberto Gagliardini, who’s on an expiring contract, La Gazzetta dello Sport relays.

Fabbian has the same representative as Cesare Casadei, who was sold to Chelsea last summer to turn in a profit without hurting the squad. In addition, they could offer him to Atalanta to lower Giorgio Scalvini’s price tag, Corriere dello Sport informs. The starlet tops their shortlist to bolster the defense, but his cost is excessive for their finances, and the competition fierce. But they could prevail if they were able to include a relevant makeweight, and La Dea reportedly covets the midfielder.

Follow us on Google News for more updates on Serie A and Italian football