Federico Dimarco and Eddie Salcedo could remain at Inter for next season after returning from loan with Hellas Verona this summer.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who claim that manager Simone Inzaghi will evaluate the futures of both players and would be open to keeping them in the squad going forward.

Dimarco enjoyed a positive season with Verona, starting regularly on the left of head coach Ivan Juric’s team, and he has attracted the interest of several clubs for next season.

However, it is also thought that the Nerazzurri would like to keep the Italian as an option for Inzaghi next season, and the new coach will make his decision on the player after observing him in training.

Salcedo, meanwhile, also returns from Verona with his future unclear, although his time with the Veneto-based club was thought to have been positive.

The 19-year-old will also be assessed by Inzaghi, and should the coach like what he sees could keep the young striker in the attacking rotation as he looks to build his new Inter project and defend the Scudetto.