Inter’s management will meet with the entourage of their young Belgian defender Zinho Vanheusden to discuss his future at the club according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
The young Belgian has been sent out on loan to Standard Liege back in Belgium as Inter look to give him some vital first team exposure to aid his development.
At the end of the month all interested parties will look to sit down and discuss the future of the promising defender. Even for his young age, Vanheusden has already become a leader of the Standard Liege back line and a first team regular.
Former Belgian national team goalkeeper, Michel Preud’homme, is the current manager at the club and it is at his request that this meeting is to take place. He would like to keep the young defender in Belgium and extend his loan for another season. Vanheusden is seen as a key member of the squad at Liege and playing regularly in a top league and European competition is a great way for him to develop sooner.
The player himself naturally dreams of returning to Inter to play for the Beneamata one day but he wishes to do so only when he is ready to push for a starting place. It would seem that next season his game time would still be very limited at Inter while his inclusion in any transfer market deals would risk to deplete, as with what happened with Niccolo Zaniolo who is currently impressing in the first team at Roma.