Young Brazilian goalkeeper Brazao could remain at Inter should either Filip Stankovic or Andrei Radu depart in the summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 20-year-old could join the Nerazzurri’s first-team squad for next season.

Brazao spent last season on loan in Spain, with second-division side Real Oviedo, and he returns to the Nerazzurri with his parent club unsure of what to do for the player’s immediate future, with another loan move possible.

However, the player will attend the club’s pre-season training camp starting Thursday in any event, and will hope that he can impress new coach Simone Inzaghi.

The young shot-stopper could have an immediate future at the Giuseppe Meazza, should either of Radu or Stankovic, with the former linked with moves away in search of a starting role and the former thought to be ready for a loan to play his first senior football after starring for the senior side.

Should either of these occur, the Nerazzurri could opt not to side another goalkeeper in the summer to replace Radu or Stankovic, but rather keep Brazao on at the club, likely as third choice, with newly-arrived Alex Cordaz taking the role of deputy to Number One Samir Handanovic.