Newly appointed Siena sporting director Giorgio Perinetti believes that the financial constraints at Inter could see bright young talents like Martin Satriano and Eddie Salcedo afforded playing time.
The Nerazzurri are looking to cut costs and bring their wage bill down, but are thought to be in the market for a back-up striker to serve as an alternative to Romelu Lukaku.
Appearing as a guest on Italian television channel Sky Sport 24 yesterday, Perinetti argued that the two young strikers were top talents and felt that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta was being creative in managing the difficult situation at the club.
“We know a little about the corporate problems at Inter, but Marotta is working hard to solve the these, with imagination,” Perinetti claimed.
“The money is what it is, not only at Inter, and it takes patience to find alternative solutions.
“Inter have good young players, Satriano and Salcedo can suddenly blossom this season. Of course, they are not certainties though, and Inter need certainties.”
Uruguayan Satriano has been training with the first team this month after impressing for the Primavera last season, and has attracted interest from numerous clubs looking to take him on loan.
Salcedo, meanwhile, spent last term on loan at Hellas Verona and could be set for another move away from the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.