Young French midfielder Christopher Attys will return to Inter this summer with SPAL not having redeemed the right to redeem his loan permanently.

This according to his agent Fabio Sommella, who spoke to FCInter1908 about the player’s situation, indicating that the player could move away this summer to a different club.

Attys is thought to have had a successful loan spell at SPAL last season, making 25 appearances and scoring two goals, and the Ferrara-based club had the option to make his move a permanent stay.

However, the club declined this option, sending him back to the Nerazzurri, which Sommella hints was due to uncertainty at the Emilia-Romagna club at the level of ownership.

Sommella further states that there is interest in the player from several clubs both in and out of Italy, should Inter wish to move him on again.

It remains to be seen which offers will arrive for the player, however, and whether the Nerazzurri will look to let the player go on loan or on a permanent basis.

Sommella’s words:

“SPAL has not exercised its right of redemption for the simple reason that at the moment there is great uncertainty from the point of view of ownership – they sell, they don’t sell Tacopina enters. [US lawyer Joe Tacopina is thought to be in talks to buy the club]”

“I had an appointment with the director Zamuner [SPAL technical director Giorgio Zamuner] – for him, Attys was a player to be redeemed absolutely, and then he had to find an agreement with Inter, but I don’t know when this will be continued.”

Asked about Attys’s future, Sommella had this to say:

“For the moment he has not been redeemed and he returns to Inter. We have other opportunities, even abroad, we are speaking with 2-3 clubs in Italy in Serie Bm and 2-3 clubs in France and England. Let’s see how the situation evolves.”