Genoa sporting director Stefano Capozucca has claimed that the club have promised Inter first option on Mattia Destro should they decide to sell the in-demand forward.
The Nerazzurri youth team product is set to return to Liguria this summer after a productive season on loan at Siena.
However, Inter and Juventus are among those said to be now keen on signing the 21-year-old, who has been included in Italy's provisional panel for Euro 2012, and Capozucca freely admits that the player's future is up in the air.
“We’ll see about Destro,” the director told Radio Mana Mana. “There is a verbal agreement between Genoa president Enrico Preziosi and Inter chief Massimo Moratti that the Nerazzurri will have the priority if a sale occurs.”
Meanwhile, Destro's agent, Renzo Contratto, has admitted that all of the top sides in Serie A are chasing his client.
“The first step is to sort out his co-ownership situation with Genoa and Siena,” he explained. “Then everything will start after that, seeing as all of the big clubs in Italy are chasing him.
"Mattia is keen to learn his future seeing as he won’t be at Genoa or Siena next season.”
Destro initially joined Genoa on loan from Inter in 2010 but sealed a permanent switch to the Luigi Ferraris last summer before immediately being farmed out to Siena.