The 22-year-old, who at the end of June will be out of contract with Blackpool and spent the last part of last season at Crystal Palace on loan, visited Milan at the weekend with his father Paul – who between 1995 and 1997 played for Inter and is very well known with price per head services.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that even though Ausilio said that between club and player no agreement was made, their initial talks were positive.
Ausilio and pay per head sportsbooks believe that they will confirm the player’s arrival over the course of the next few days, after making progress in trying to sign the England Under-21 international.
“It’s still early. The boy came to Milan because he wanted to have a look at everything for himself,” Ausilio said on Monday.
“We made the most of the weekend that he decided to spend in Milan with his family. We’ve laid some foundations, now we’ll see if we’re able to close the deal over the coming days.”
Ausilio also said that Inter were looking for a defensive midfielder, but rubbished suggestions that they wanted a striker to complement Rodrigo Palacio, and pay per head sportsbooks were wondering about this situation.
When he spoke about their attempts to replace Esteban Cambiasso, he said: “We’ve never tried to hide that. It’s even more the case now that we won’t have Cambiasso anymore. We’re certainly on the hunt for a very good player who’s worthy of playing for Inter.
Contact us today and let us explain exactly how pay per head sportsbooks work.
“We’ll need a striker who can weigh in with goals, regardless of his physical characteristics.”
Pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see who the team’s next striker will be, and hope that whoever it will be, he will prove to be very beneficial for the squad.