Inter’s academy forward Martin Satriano is attracting attention from several top European clubs, according to a report in the UK today.
As per the Daily Mail, Arsenal have joined their Premier League rivals Manchester City and Chelsea in the race to secure the 20-year-old.
Paris Saint-Germain and RB Leipzig are also monitoring the progress of Satriano, who has scored eight goals in 18 appearances for Inter’s Primavera side this season.
Inter could be forced to sell off some prized assets at the end of the season, due to the club’s financial issues, and this has ‘alerted’ the Uruguayan’s suitors that a deal might be possible.
Satriano joined Inter from his native Uruguay in January 2020 and could make his first-team debut under Antonio Conte before the end of the season, the report suggested.
The Nerazzurri are said to be ‘bracing themselves’ for a bidding war this summer and it remains to be seen whether they will have the economic muscle to keep Satriano.