A possible destination has emerged for young Inter striker Martin Satriano for next season, with Belgian side Club Brugge interested in  bringing the 20-year-old in on loan.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that an agreement could come in the next few weeks which would see the youngster depart for Belgium during the upcoming season.

Satriano impressed playing for the Primavera side under Armando Madonna last season, and has shown fine form in pre-season.

The Uruguayan’s future has not been immediately clear, with the possibility of integrating him into the Nerazzurri first team not entirely off the team but a loan move away where he could find regular senior game time and develop as a player strongly considered, with multiple clubs in and outside of Italy interested.

Belgian champions Club Brugge have made their interest known, and could look to bring the young Uruguayan in on loan this season, though it remains to be seen if a deal could be done that would see this happen.