Hellas Verona striker Eddie Salcedo is set to return to parent club Inter next season after spending the year on loan, according to his agent.
The 19-year-old was signed by Inter from Genoa in 2018 but has spent the past two seasons on loan at Verona, with the Nerazzurri looking to allow him greater playing time away from the club.
In an interview published in today’s newspaper edition of Tuttosport, agent Giuseppe Riso insisted that his client was set for a return to Inter next season rather than continuing with Verona, and that he was improving as a player.
“Salcedo is constantly growing, he will return to the Nerazzurri,” Riso declared.
The agent represents a number of young talents across Italy and felt that at least some of his clients could go on to be recognised as being amongst the best prospects in European football.
“I hope my guys reach the top and can compete with the best talents in Europe. It would bring pride to my agency, we are structured like a real club in that we scout and manage the careers of the players.
“[Giovanni] Rovella, [Roberto] Piccoli, Salcedo and [Pietro] Pellegri are doing very well with the Under 21s. It would be a tough task to choose between them. Watch out for [Lorenzo] Colombo at AC Milan, he is a year younger and doing well in Serie B with Cremonese.
“As for [Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi] Gollini, he is future is focusing on qualifying for the Champions League and being involved in the European Championship. After that, who knows,” Riso added.
Salcedo has made 15 appearances for Verona in all competitions this season, scoring once in the Coppa Italia.