Inter have doubts over whether to take up their option to buy on loan midfielder Stefano Sensi according to a report from Italian news outlet FCInterNews.it.
Sensi joined Inter this past Summer on a season long loan with an option to buy set at €20 million and based off of his first few performances it appeared that Inter would certainly take up the option but Sensi has struggled with injuries for a few months now and this has created doubts in the mind of the Nerazzurri management.
The report goes on to state that if Inter decide against taking up the option they might end up buying another Sassuolo player instead as the relations between the clubs are very good and Inter know that Sassuolo are relying on receiving the €20 million from them.
If Inter don’t take up the option, Inter and Sassuolo could agree a deal over Manuel Locatelli, who is also valued at €20 million.
The report goes on to state that Inter have had scouts watch Locatelli on a number of occasions and that Juventus are also keen on signing him too.