Torino and Fiorentina plan to take a step for timeshare striker Andrea Pinamonti in June, according to Italian media

Inter-property striker Andrea Pinamonti could be on the move permanently with Fiorentina and Torino among clubs considering a move for him.

This according to the Italian media FCInterNews, who report that both teams could rush for the 22-year-old as a replacement for their current forwards if they leave this summer.

Pinamonti has been in good shape on loan with newly promoted Empoli this season, scoring seven goals and assisting one in the first half of the season with the Tuscans.

The young forward has been one of the most notable players in a campaign which has seen Empoli rise to the middle of the table as one of the Serie A season’s surprise packages.

This is the kind of form that has been expected from Pinamonti for some time, and he is starting to gain the attention of several teams for a definitive transfer.

Turin are set to lose their main striker Andrea Belotti, who is out of contract at the end of June, while Fiorentina seem increasingly likely to sell Dusan Vlahovic at the end of the season.

Both clubs are starting to seriously consider Pinamonti as an option for next summer, especially if he maintains his form with Empoli at his current level.

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