Inter will make a decision on the future of young striker Martin Satriano soon, with the Nerazzurri considering keeping him in the first team or sending him out on loan.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that there are offers from Belgium and the Netherlands for Satriano, but that the Uruguayan’s form in pre-season has given the Nerazzurri something to think about.

Satriano is under contract with Inter until the summer of 2024, and he has impressed last season with the Primavera side under Armando Madonna.

This form has continued into pre-season training with the first team, where he has caught the eye of manager Simone Inzaghi and scored five goals against Sarnico in a friendly, before getting on the scoresheet once more in a friendly against Lugano.

The 20-year-old’s form for the Primavera side has attracted interest from a number of clubs, but for now he is with the first team being assessed by Inzaghi, and the manager could decided to keep him as an attacking option for next season rather than allowing him to leave on loan.

At any rate the Uruguayan will remain with the first team until August, and then his future will become clearer.