In an interview with TuttoMercatoWeb, the President and owner of Pescara, Daniele Sebastiani, spoke about the future of Inter owned defender, Andrew Gravillon.

“He will return to Inter, then we’ll see. If we get promoted to Serie A, then we will think about bringing him back. Otherwise, I think Inter want his next experience to be in the top flight.”

The 21 year old, Guadeloupean centre back, has been an important player in Pescara’s bid for promotion from the Serie B this season, making 29 appearances in the league and even scoring two goals.”

“In fact, after he was sold to Pescara last Summer, Inter were so impressed by his performances come January, that they signed him back and sent him back to Pescara on loan for the rest of the season. This process may have also been sped up by the interest of fellow Serie A clubs such as Roma and Sassuolo.”

Gravillon was reunited with his former Inter Primavera teammate, Davide Bettella at Pescara, who Inter are also thinking about bringing back after his sale to Atalanta for Financial Fair Play reasons, according to the report.