Monday, 16th June, 2014

Leeds United are tracking young Inter goalkeeper Raffaele Di Gennaro, who may be Nicola Salerno's first present if he joins the Yorkshire giants.

Salerno is poised to leave Cagliari after Leeds owner Massimo Cellino sold the club to former Inter board member Tommaso Giulini.

The sporting director has two options: join his old boss Cellino at Leeds, or take up an offer from Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini to remain in Sicily.

Leeds are already looking at summer signings and young shot-stopper Di Gennaro is favoured by Salerno.


And the 20-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Cittadella, could well move to Leeds this summer, according to Sky Italia.


Di Gennaro is an Italy Under-20 international and highly-rated within his homeland.

The custodian clocked up valuable playing time in Serie B last season, making 39 appearances for Cittadella and conceding 47 goals, with 12 clean sheets earned.

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