Young Inter striker Martin Satriano has attracted widespread interest this summer but Nerazzurri coach Simone Inzaghi will assess him before allowing him to leave on loan.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Tuttosport, the list of clubs hoping to snap him up on loan is continuing to increase, with Udinese, Crotone, and Cremonese in Italy joined by French club Saint-Etienne and Belgian pair Anderlecht and Club Brugge.

Whilst it had appeared certain that the 20-year-old would depart for a season elsewhere, coach Inzaghi has been thoroughly impressed with Satriano during preseason training and is considering integrating him into the first team squad this term.

The former Nacional forward has caught the attention of Inzaghi with his movement and link-up play, as well as his application in training and warm up matches.

Inzaghi is set to use upcoming friendlies to assess Satriano more closely and will then decide whether to sanction a loan move or keep him within the squad.