Two young Inter players could be on their way to Ligue 1, with Saint-Etienne interested in bringing in the likes of Lucien Agoume and Martin Satriano on loan for next season.

This according to French journalist Ignzaio Genuardi, via FCInterNews, who reports that Agoume remains a serious target for Saint-Etienne manager Claude Puel, while the French club have also made an offer for Satriano.

Agoume returned to Inter from a loan with Spezia this season, and it is thought that a number of clubs are interested in bringing the player in on loan in Italy and across Europe, with Cagliari thought to be among the sides who are keen.

The 19-year-old has been a long-term target for Puel throughout the window, and his club are ready to move for the young midfielder.

Satriano is another player who has attracted interest from a number of clubs this summer after his form with the Primavera side last season and subsequent impressive pre-season.

Clubs in Italy, Belgium, Spain, and the Netherlands would like to sign Satriano on loan this summer, but Saint-Etienne have added their name to the list of possible destinations with an offer for the 20-year-old.