The future of young Belgian duo Xian Emmers and Zinho Vanheusden at Inter looks set to be clarified, with the pair’s agent Stijn Francis meeting with the Nerazzurri today.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Belgian agent is currently in Milan and will discuss two of his clients’ futures with the club.

Vanhesuden returned to Inter from Standard Liege this summer, with the Nerazzurri exercising a buyback clause in the 21-year-old’s original sale to Standard in 2019.

It is thought that the Nerazzurri plan to loan the Belgian defender out this summer in order to facilitate his development in senior football, with an Italian top flight club thought to be the priority.

Emmers, meanwhile, could leave the club permanently this summer, with his contract set to run out in the summer of 2022.

The club could also send the young Belgian midfielder out on loan, though they would not do so without first extending his contract, due to not wishing to lose him for free next summer.

Emmers is not with the rest of the squad in pre-season training, and is not in manager Simone Inzaghi’s plans for next season so he will leave in the summer, though the destination and nature of his departure will become clearer after the meeting with Francis today.