President thrilled ‘many clubs’ want Arsenal’s £33m target

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Giovanni Carnevali told Sports mediaset that Sassuolo is lucky Gianluca Scamacca is sought after by a number of clubs, amid reported Arsenal transfer interest.

President Neroverdi is delighted that ahead is establishing a European wide market with his form under Alessio Dionisi. Scamacca has scored 9 goals in 21 Serie A appearances this season. He also made decisive efforts against champions AC Milan and Napoli.

Scamacca held the Mapei team to a draw at the San Siro when they came in from behind to win in November. He then scored Sassuolo’s first goal in a draw with Napoli after taking a 2-0 lead on home yard.

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Only five players on the Italian top flights have overtaken Scamacca so far. He also accounts for 24% of Neroverdi’s 38 goals to leave the relegation zone 12 points away.

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The two-team Italy international – who made his debut under Roberto Mancini in September – also now has loads of admirers. FC Inter News report Arsenal are monitoring Scamacca’s form in view of a potential future transfer for the Sassuolo star.

Newcastle United have also filed an investigation, while Juventus and especially Inter Milan in Italy are eyeing his rise. But the Nerazzurri turned down an offer of more than 25 million euros (£21 million) in cash. So will be looking to meet Carnevali’s €40m (£33m) valuation through a partial exchange.

Sassuolo director Carnevali emotional ‘many clubs’ want Arsenal to target Scamacca

Many clubs, including Arsenal, are keeping an eye on Scamacca and considering a thrilling transfer, said Sassuolo director Carnevali. The fact that clubs outside of Serie A are tracking his efforts also gives President Neroverdi the most joy.

“We are fortunate that this player is followed by so many clubs,” said Carnevali speak. “There is no official offer. The good news is that there are also foreign clubs, because Italian football is very limited. ”

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Scamacca has a contract with Sassuolo until 2025, so Arsenal will have to pay Carnevali’s value for a transfer. The Mapei stadium chief is unlikely to accept any discounts as interest is emerging from across Europe.

The striker has also scored 9 goals in Serie A in 21 matches, but has only appeared in 11 matches. Boss Dionisi only promoted the striker to a more important role in November.

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