The Seria B leaders are eager to keep the impressive Ghanaian duo on loan for one more seasonItalian Seria B leaders Sassuolo will ask Juventus and Parma for the loan extension of their two Ghanaian youngsters Richmond Boakye-Yiadom and Yussif Chibsah Raman for one more season.
Chibsah who is co-owned by Juventus and Parma as well as Boakye owned by Juventus have been in fantastic form for the Modena-based club this term.
Exclusive reports reaching Goal.com Ghana are that head coach Eusebio De Francesco is very impressed with the output of the duo and will like to keep them as the core of the team for the much tougher Serie A which Sassuolo will be playing next summer.
It is, however, not certain whether Parma coach Roberto Donadoni who has also penciled Chibsah as one of the players to marshal the Gialloblu midfield next season will allow Sassuolo to have him for one more term or Antonio Conte of Juventus who is eager to have Boakye to replace Bendtner.
There is also interest from Genoa for Chibsah but recently when he spoke with Goal.com Ghana he indicated Parma might not be willing to sell him as he has to play for them in the league.
Chibsah has played 24 games for Sassuolo scoring once from midfield whilst striker Boaye-Yiadom has also scored 11 goals in 21 appearances this season.