Inter Owned Defender Lorenzo Pirola Leaving Monza To Make Pescara Loan Switch, Italian Broadcaster Claims
Inter-owned defender Lorenzo Pirola is set to join Pescara on loan for the second half of the season, according to a leading Italian broadcaster.
As per Sky Sport Italia, the centre-back is ready to leave Serie B club Monza, where he has spent the first half of the season, and move to the Delfino.
Pirola, 18, has barely played whatsoever for Cristian Brocchi’s side, having been limited to just three appearances across all competitions to date.
By leaving Monza for Pescara, there is no doubt that the aim of the switch is to guarantee more regular playing time for Pirola, who is regarded as one of Inter’s most promising young prospects.
Pirola will not be the first Inter youngster to leave the loan club he joined on a season-long deal at the start of the season.
Sebastiano Esposito last week left SPAL having fallen out of favour and joined Venezia on loan for the remainder of the campaign.