Uruguayan striker Martin Satriano wants to be a success at Inter, having turned down other major offers to join the Nerazzurri.
This according to the player’s agent Nick Maytum, who states in an interview published in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport that Satriano also had the opportunity to join the likes of Arsenal and Cagliari but opted for the Nerazzurri instead, and he has sacrificed in the hopes of impressing for the club.
Satriano is a player whose immediate future with the Nerazzurri is not clear, with the 20-year-old having been linked with loan moves away to a number of clubs throughout Europe.
Aside from teams in Italy, it is thought the there is interest in the young striker from Spain, England, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
A loan move could be the right next step for the Primavera striker, who could get game time in a top league, develop his game and show his abilities.
However, the Uruguayan has impressed in pre-season, and it is considered to be a possibility that he could remain with the Nerazzurri first team, with the club looking for a fourth attacker to rotate behind the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez, and Alexis Sanchez.
The Uruguayan would not require a transfer fee as some other options would and this could make the possibility attractive, although it remains to be seen whether this would offer him sufficient game time at his young age.
The player, for his part, is believed to want to make a name for himself at Inter, now or in the future.
His agent Maytum states that Satriano joined the Nerazzurri “despite offers from Arsenal and Cagliari, precisely because Inter are Inter.”
Maytum notes: “He was very excited at the idea of signing for the Nerazzurri, despite having to change continent and lifestyle from a very young age.”