Inter are assessing a talented Argentine striker in their academy, according to a report in the Italian media on Monday.
FcInterNews.it revealed the Nerazzurri were trialling Gonzalo Bustos in their youth system, with a view to potentially signing him in the coming months.
Bustos was born in 2004 and is currently owned by San Fernando CD, who play in Spain’s third tier.
He arrived in Italy in the middle of last month and is said to be receiving rave reviews from those who have watched him play.
Bustos began his footballing career at Argentine side Atalaya, the same club where Inter’s Primavera forward Franco Vezzoni started out.
His move to San Fernando CD means he has already made the switch from South America to Europe, which could help him settle in at Inter.
Bustos could not turn down the opportunity to have a trial with Inter’s academy and observers have said he has the talent to succeed at the club.
It’s now down to the striker to show what he can do on the pitch and hopefully play for Armando Madonna’s ‘senior’ academy team one day.