Torino would like to take Casadei with the two-year loan formula but also with a right of redemption at the end of the two years. If Inter were to accept the grenade's proposal, the negotiation for the passage of Gleison Bremer to the Nerazzurri could also be unblocked.
Torino is currently short on midfielders and Juric is willing to play young players, so this could be a good opportunity for Casadei's development.
Of course, if he performs well, a one-year dry loan might increase his market value.
However, considering our severe financial situation and our determination to lower Torino's demand for Bremer's transfer fee, it is not surprising that the club may have let him leave permanently.
After all, if they have to choose between a regular starter and a potential future player, the answer is quite clear.
So if they have such a jones for him, then a straight swap then. Selling the future, is not a good strategy especially when Inter will probably dismantle the team further next June. The two year loan is fine, the last bit let's be prudent.