Luigi Sepe’s former manager Marco Baroni has admitted he is not surprised to have seen the Parma goalkeeper linked with a possible Summer transfer window switch to Inter.
Inter are on the look-out for a new goalkeeper capable of playing as back-up to current number one Samir Handanovic and have seemingly sparked an interest in landing Sepe from the Ducali, who are a club they have very good relations with.
Udinese’s Juan Musso was the player that Inter initially courted but upon learning he would cost a lot, it is understood that Inter redirected their attention toward Sepe, who joined Parma this past Summer from Napoli.
“I’m not surprised. I think he can go on to become the starter at a great team,” Baroni who managed Sepe when he was on loan at Virtus Lanciano in the 2013/14 season explained in an interview with Turin based news outlet Tuttosport.
“It would not scare him. He has already done it at Napoli. I think he made the right decision to go to Parma but saying no to a great club like Inter would not be easy.
“All the big teams need a back-up goalkeeper who is just as good as their first goalkeeper. With the many commitments that clubs have these days, you have to have a second goalkeeper who is reliable. Sepe is a very reliable goalkeeper.”
This season Sepe has made 22 appearances across all competitions, in which he has conceded 28 goals and kept five clean sheets.
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