Inter youngster Sebastiano Esposito has bid farewell to SPAL ahead of a loan switch to Veneiza via his Instagram profile.
The highly rated 18-year-old forward spent the first half of the season out on loan in Ferrara but having not played in any of their last six games, Inter have taken the decision to send him out on loan to Venezia, with Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio claiming it is a done deal.
Esposito made a total of 13 appearances during his time with Pasquale Marino’s side and during his time on the pitch in Serie B, he scored a single goal.
Posting on his Instagram story, the Italian youth national team player said: “It’s time to say goodbye, thanks SPAL.”
Esposito also paid tribute to his brother Salvatore, a midfielder, who he was able to play alongside at SPAL.
“I love you my brother, only you know how hard it was for me [to not be playing] but this is life it gives you things and takes them away.
“Thank you for always being there.”
Esposito is a product of Inter’s youth academy and is regarded as one of the clubs best prospects at the moment.
Last season he was able to have a mini first team breakthrough as he made 14 first team appearances across all competitions, in which he scored one goal.