Thomas Schiro’s name was brought up during the recent meeting between Inter and Livorno according to a report from FCInterNews.it.
The Inter Primavera captain has played in all barring one of Armando Madonna’s side’s 20 games across all competitions primarily as a central midfielder but also as a defensive or attacking midfielder on occasion. The Italian youth international has scored six goals and tallied a single assist in that time.
Serie B side Livorno, whose sporting director met with Inter management at Inter’s headquarters, want to take the 19-year-old on loan.
Schiro may not be the only player headed to the Tuscany based team with it also understood that teammate Facundo Colidio’s name was brought up during the conversation between the clubs.
Colidio has struggled for game time whilst out on loan at Belgian club Sint-Truiden this season having been limited to just nine appearances across all competitions, in which he has managed to score two goals.