The race to secure Inter striker Martin Satriano is intensifying, with Serie B club Cremonese joining a host of interested in parties in trying to land him on loan.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Corriere dello Sport, the 20-year-old has a growing list of suitors vying to take him on loan this season as Inter seek a destination to allow him to develop and earn first team football.
Satriano had reportedly drawn interest from the likes of Udinese, Crotone, Saint-Etienne, Anderlecht, and Club Brugge, but Cremonese are now pushing to convince Inter to send him to the Stadio Giovanni Zini.
Fellow Serie B club Monza are also determined to bring the Uruguayan in and are keen to bolster their attacking options, but Cremonese are hoping to pip them to him.
Satriano has caught the eye this summer after impressing Inter coach Simone Inzaghi during preseason training and warm up matches.