Serie B club Monza are looking to strengthen their attacking options by striking a deal to sign Inter forward Martin Satriano on loan.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Il Giorno, the club owned by former AC Milan President Silvio Berlusconi have entered the race to secure the services of the young striker, who has amassed widespread interest.

Monza enjoy a positive working relationship with Inter and have already brought in defender Pol Lirola from the Nerazzurri ahead of the new season, so remain hopeful of coming to an agreement for Satriano.

Uruguayan Satriano has attracted interest from fellow Serie B clubs Crotone and Cremonese, whilst Udinese are also thought to be considering an approach to take him on loan.

Outside of Italy, French pair Saint-Etienne and Brest are joined by Belgian rivals Anderlecht and Club Brugge in showing an interest in the 20-year-old, who is yet to feature for Inter’s first team.