19-year-old Inter right-back Georgios Vagiannidis is hoping for a loan move to a Serie B club next season so that he can gain experience in Italian football.

This is reported by Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who claim that the player wants to test himself in Italian football after a loan spell at Belgian club Sint-Truiden which he and his entourage felt was not ideal for his development.

Vagiannidis was bought from Greek club Panathinaikos in the summer of 2020 and then sent out on loan to Sint-Truiden, but he only managed to make one appearance in the Belgian Pro League with the club,

At this juncture in his development, game time in a good environment is the most important consideration for the 19-year-old’s career.

Several offers have come in to the Nerazzurri already for the player, but it is thought that clubs are reluctant to accept the two-year-loan that Inter are demanding, preferring to commit only to one year.

The player has been clear on his wishes to play in Italy and not return to Greece.

It is also thought that Inter do not have any interest in selling the player outright unless the right offer comes in, as they consider him a high-level prospect to keep track of.