Pescara president Daniele Sebastiani has admitted that Andrew Gravillon could remain with the club next season.
Inter took up their buy-back option on the Guadelopean defender back in the January transfer window but it remains difficult to see where he will exactly fit in to the Inter defence that will be welcoming Diego Godin in the Summer.
“His future is already decided after he was reacquired by Inter, he will go there at the end of the season,” Sebastiani said.
“In the event that Inter receive no other requests from Serie A clubs then it is clear that he could also come back to Pescara.”
The 21-year-old centre back has starred for the promotion chasing Delfini this term making 26 appearances across all competitions to date, since joining last Summer.
In exactly 2300 minutes on the pitch, Gravillon, who is under contract at Inter until the end of the 2022/23 season, has scored two goals and helped his side to record seven clean sheets when he has been playing.