Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali has spoken out on the futures of Domenico Berardi, Giacomo Raspadori, and Gianluca Scamacca.

Berardi, Raspadori, and Scamacca have had an impressive season so far and have gained interest from Serie A’s biggest clubs and teams abroad.

In an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, Carnevali offered his thoughts about his side’s attacking trio and their future. 

He answered claims surrounding a potential move to Juventus for Raspadori this summer: “Juve did ask us for Raspadori at the end of the 2021 summer transfer window, but there was no time to complete the negotiations, so they picked up Moise Kean instead.

“I have not spoken directly with Juve since then, but I do hear rumours of their interest. If they step forward, we will not be unprepared.

“In fact, I await Juve with open arms, as I have a very good rapport with the club and their directors. However, if they want Raspadori, they’re going to have to spend quite a bit of money,” he stated.

If the Bianconeri want to secure Raspadori’s services this summer, they will have to submit an offer of around €30 million. It remains to be seen whether the 22-year-old could serve as the long-term successor to Paulo Dybala.

Carnevali then spoke about Scamacca, who has gained interest from both Milan clubs and multiple Premier League sides.

“Inter manifested their interest in Scamacca, but watch out for the proposals from abroad, as Gianluca has a lot of offers, including from the Premier League. Having said that, he needs time to mature and perhaps ought to stay with us for another year.”

Carnevali ended by commenting on AC Milan’s interest in Berardi: “I think Berardi would be perfect for Milan and if I were at a top Italian club, the first player on my wish-list would be Berardi.”