Inter will soon decide on the future of young striker Martin Satriano before the transfer window closes, but they will only loan him out to a top flight club.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the Nerazzurri are considering whether to keep him in the first team squad for the season or to loan him out with the end of the summer window looming.

Satriano enjoyed an eye-catching preseason after impressing for the Primavera team last campaign, and the club are seriously considering keeping him in the senior squad as part of the attacking rotation.

The 20-year-old could enjoy development training and playing alongside the senior team players, although the possibility of sending him out on loan to the right destination where he would receive adequate playing time is also a strong consideration for the club.

A number of clubs have shown interest in the Uruguayan, both in Italy and elsewhere in Europe, but the Nerazzurri have decided against sending him on loan to Crotone in particular, despite their interest in him, as they do not want to have him playing in Serie B.