Anderlecht have joined a growing list of interested parties looking to bring Inter’s young striker Martin Satriano in on loan for the upcoming season.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Corriere dello Sport, the Uruguayan has plenty of admirers after a positive season for the Primavera, and could depart on loan to gain senior experience and regular first-team football.

Satriano has garnered interest from within Italy, as Serie B teams Crotone and Cremonese battle to land his signature, but a number of foreign clubs are also ready to make an approach for him.

Belgian rivals Anderlecht and Club Brugge have registered an interest, whilst Satriano has also attracted attention from French Ligue 1 club Saint-Etienne.

The 20-year-old joined Inter from Nacional in January 2020 and is yet to feature for the first-team, but scored 12 goals and provided a further five assists in 27 Primavera appearances last season.

Meanwhile, fellow striker Andrea Pinamonti also appears set to depart on loan following interest from Empoli.