Report: Internazionale ready to offer three players to Sampdoria as part of deal for forward ÉderSampdoria's Éder (L) challenges Milan's Giacomo Bonaventura (R) and Alessio Cerci (C) during their Serie A match at San Siro on 12th April, 2015
Internazionale are ready to offer three players to Sampdoria as part of a deal to secure forward Éder, according to reports.
Italian sports newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, as cited by website Football Italia, claims that Inter are proposing to exchange defenders Marco Andreolli and Yuto Nagatomo, as well as Romanian forward George Pușcaș, for Éder, who is also believed to be interesting Southampton.
The value of the three players Inter are offering is said to be around €11 million - €1 million more than Sampdoria are believed to have rejected from an unnamed club based in the United Arab Emirates.
Éder is contracted to Sampdoria until June 2017, but keeping hold of him is seemingly becoming increasingly difficult.
The 28 year-old, who was signed from Cesena in July 2012 for a reported fee of €3.5 million, after initially being on loan, has scored 12 goals in 31 appearances in all competitions this season.
That form earned him a call up to the Italy national team and he responded with a decisive goal in a 2016 European Championship qualifier against Bulgaria.
With new Sampdoria Head Coach Walter Zenga likely to be keen on rebuilding the squad at his disposal, it is possible that Éder could be cashed in on, especially with his standing in Serie A at a career high.