Lucien Agoume is considered a player for the future by Inter, but the young midfielder is not yet ready to join the first team, and will be loaned out this season.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the 19-year-old is the subject of interest from Saint-Etienne, Brest, and Bordeaux who are all looking to loan him in this summer.

The Frenchman is not quite considered to be ready to play the role of deputy to first-choice holding midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, and the club’s priority is to find a loan destination where he will receive playing time and be able to develop his game.

Ligue 1 is likely to be where Agoume ends up playing, with a number of clubs in France having inquired about his availability, with Saint-Etienne and Brest in particular interested and Bordeaux also admirers though in their case they would have to sell Yacine Adil before they could bring him in.