Yann Karamoh joined Inter Milan on a two-year loan deal from Caen in the summer of 2017. As a part of the deal, the Nerazzurri have an obligation to sign the forward on a permanent deal.

The 19-year-old’s first team appearances for Inter were at least a little restricted as he made only four starts in the Serie A, adding to 12 substitute appearances. He was played as a centre forward on one occasion and that’s when he scored his only goal last season.

A flexible forward, Karamoh is right footed and can play anywhere across a front three, or also on the wing.

Despite the limited playing time, he’s managed to attract interest from France and England. AS Monaco and West Ham United are keen on the player and the two clubs “continue to probe the ground” about a transfer, according to TMW. 

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The France Under-21 international is unlikely to be allowed to leave Inter in the summer transfer window, with the Italian publication claiming Karamoh is considered as non-transferable for Inter’s Luciano Spalletti.