Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is considering allowing young striker Martin Satriano to move to Serie B club on loan but will require assurances before signing off on a deal.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Il Giorno, Monza have joined the growing list of clubs who are keen to take Satriano on loan this season and hope to use their strong working relationship with Inter to steal a march on the competition.

Monza have already brought in defender Lorenzo Pirola and goalkeeper Michele Di Gregorio from Inter and hope to add to their contingent of young Nerazzurri loanees.

Marotta is open to sending the Uruguayan to Monza but will first seek reassurances that he will be given ample first team opportunities to develop, with Inter holding high expectations for the 20-year-old.

Any decision to allow Satriano to depart is also dependent on the final say of new coach Simone Inzaghi, who may yet decide to keep him at Inter and involved with the first team squad as a back up option, as the Nerazzurri seek to defend the Scudetto.