Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly sent scouts to monitor Inter Milan striker Andrea Pinamonti.
Pinamonti spent last season on loan at Serie A club Frosinone, where he scored five times and created a further three goals for his teammates.
FC Inter News have reported that Wolves, Ajax, and Spanish club Real Valladolid are all following his movements closely.
Wolves have been linked with a move for Pinamonti in several transfer windows, although it is believed the Nerazzurri want to send him on loan again next season.
Parma did bid for the central striker in January, but an €8m bid was rejected.
The 20-year-old is currently in Poland playing for Italy in the U20 World Cup and it is suggested Wolves watched him during their 2-1 win over Mexico.
Pinamonti has scored one goal at the World Cup so far and it is understood his future will not be discussed until the conclusion of the tournament.
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