Blackpool’s Ince ready to follow in his father’s footsteps to Inter

The Daily Express reports Inter have shown an interest in acquiring the services of the Blackpool winger Tom Ince.

Ince has scored 24 league goals in his two years on the seaside, and is the prized asset in the Tangerines’ current squad. The former Liverpool youngster is currently managed by his dad Paul, and might be about to follow in his father’s footsteps for a move to Italy.

In the summer of 1995, Paul Ince was made surplus to requirements at Manchester United. Inter paid the Red Devils £7m to sign the England international, and he went on to have two seasons at the San Siro.

Now his son, who has attracted interest from the likes of Newcastle United and Tottenham in the past few months, is said to be on the radar of the Serie A side.

Ince was chosen as the Football League Young Player of the Year this season, and has broken into the England Under-21 setup under Stuart Pearce, scoring his first goals at junior level in February.

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