Fernando Cosentino, agent of young Inter striker Facundo Colidio, has provided updates on the situation of his client at the Nerazzurri.

Speaking to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, the agent explains that he is working to secure his client a potential loan move to a team outside of Italy or possibly in Serie B, as he believes this to be the best destination for the young Argentine’s development.

Colidio has been with the Nerazzurri since the summer of 2017, when he joined the club as a youth player from Boca Juniors.

The 21-year-old has gotten his first experience of senior football in Belgium, with his having been on loan at Sint-Triuden for the past two seasons.

The striker returns from Belgium and is now assessing his next step, as he looks to find a move that will allow him to reach his potential, though it is not yet clear where that is.

The Argentine is currently working hard in training with the Nerazzurri squad, and the club are still making every effort to ensure that he can be on the right path for the future.

“Facundo is happy right now, he’s training again with the first team,” stated Cosentino, ” he scored one of the penalties against Lugano [in a recent friendly] and is trying day by day to improve and learn from the Nerazzurri champions.”

The agent explains that the player’s time in Belgium has helped him gain experience and develop, but that he is also ready for a new challenge and hopes for an environment that suits him more stylistically.

“[His seasons in Belgium] were important, but last season, in which Facundo was deployed as a midfielder, he was restrained a bit. Now the plan for him foresees that he can play continuously, and in his preferred role as a striker.”

Asked about where he envisioned the Argentine moving, Cosentino said, “For the moment I believe abroad, but Serie B is also an option. We will calmly make our assessments and then we will decide how to proceed.”

“[Inter] believe in him, and still do. I can assure this because Inter communicated it to me,” said Cosentino.

The agent closed by talking about Colidio’s priorities:

“That of playing. For him it would make no sense to stay at Inter as fifth striker, precisely because he wants to gain experience and playing time. And this can only be achieved by playing. In his head there is the belief that he can be a protagonist. He wants to work hard, improve and show everyone what he’s made of.”