Gianluca Scamacca is considered one of the most promising Italian strikers in Serie A right now, with five goals and two assists in just 11 league starts for Genoa. As a result, the big clubs are already lining up.
As reported by today’s edition of Il Secolo XIX, as cited by MilanNews, Milan and Juventus are carefully monitoring the situation of the 22-year-old. Sassuolo own him and could look to cash in as early as this summer.
However, Genoa want to renew their agreement with the Neroverdi and thus keep Scamacca for one more season. The current deal between the two clubs is a paid loan with a special formula: €40K for each 45-minute presence and €30K per goal.
If the interest of Milan and Juventus is concrete already this summer then it will most likely be hard for Sassuolo to turn down a sale in favour of another loan spell.