Inter are looming to sell young Uruguayan striker Martin Satriano this summer in order to bring in transfer revenue, with the club currently in talks with Cagliari.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the Nerazzurri hope to sell the 20-year-old outright before the end of the summer.

Satriano arrived from Uruguayan club Montevideo Nacional last January for €2.4 million, and his sale for any significant fee would represent mostly capital gains, an important consideration given the Nerazzurri’s agenda of meeting financial targets in the summer.

It is thought that a number of clubs are interested in the Uruguayan, and the club have reportedly had discussions with clubs across various European leagues about moves for the player on loan or on a permanent basis.

Cagliari are one of the clubs in the most advanced talks for the young striker, although for the moment they appear to be backing off from signing him.