Inter are looking to loan out yet another young player to help accelerate their development, according to a report in the Italian print media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport today, Uruguayan striker Martin Satriano will be the next Inter youngster to head out on a development loan in Serie A as he nears the level of the first team.

Bologna, Spezia, and Cagliari are the three clubs that are expected to make a move for the 20-year-old whose contract with Inter runs until June 2024.

The tactic being used here is very similar to the one Inter are using with Zinho Vanheusden. He has spent three years playing with Standard Liege in Belgium but now the Nerazzurri want him to get some experience in Serie A as he gets close to becoming part of the Inter first team.

He will move on loan to Genoa very shortly and there will be no option for the Rossoblu to sign him permanently.