Inter are considering keeping young Uruguayan striker Martin Satriano in the squad for next season, while the likes of Andrea Pinamonti and Eddie Salcedo are set to be loaned out.
This according to Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, who report that Nerazzurri head coach Simone Inzaghi is close to deciding on his final plans for the attack going into the rest of the season.
Inzaghi reportedly wants plenty of options available for selection in the forward line as he wants to be able to rely on quality players even in the event of injuries to starting players.
To this end, a young striker could be kept in the first team and given a chance this season, with Satriano likely to be that player.
Pinamonti is close to a loan move to Empoli, while Salcedo is likely to join Genoa on loan, but the Nerazzurri could keep Satriano for the season despite there being no shortage of suitors for the 20-year-old and despite the consideration that he could benefit from playing time elsewhere.