Inter could keep Uruguayan striker Martin Satriano in the first-team squad for next season, but only if they are able to find a new club for Andrea Pinamonti.
This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reported on air that the Nerazzurri are looking for a new club for Pinamonti actively.
Satriano has impressed in pre-season for the Nerazzurri, so much so that the club are considering giving him an opportunity in the first team next season rather than sending him out on loan to gain minutes and develop his game.
However, they would only take this option should Pinamonti depart, with the 22-year-old not wanted by the club.
Should Pinamonti leave on loan or on a permanent basis, then there will be a free spot in the attacking rotation available to Simone Inzaghi, and this could be filled by Satriano.
The primary obstacle to Pinamonti’s sale are his high wages, which at the moment no interested club looks willing or able to pay.