Inter are paying close attention to how Davide Bettella is getting on at Pescara according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
The Nerazzurri sold the young defender to Atalanta in 2018 for financial fair play purposes and Atalanta proceeded to loan him out to Serie B outfit Pescara on a two-year loan deal back in January of this year.
As per the report, Inter have a buy-back option on the Italian youth international that they can activate this coming Summer for a believed sum of between €9-11 million, something they secured as part of the deal to sell Bettella to Atalanta.
Inter also have a clause in the deal which means they are entitled to no less than 50% of any permanent sale Atalanta make involving the 19-year-old.
The report goes on to conclude that Inter could be set to pocket some cash due to the fact Pescara are very keen to turn his stay with them into a permanent one, especially if they are to achieve promotion to Serie A.
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