Inter may look to sign Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca and Monaco’s Keita Balde should Martin Satriano leave this transfer window.

As reported in today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, the 20-year-old Satriano wants to leave in order to find more playing time elsewhere, with both Crotone and Cagliari keen to acquire the youngster, and clubs from abroad also interested.

Coach Simone Inzaghi needs to be convinced to let Satriano leave, however. Given the doubts around Alexis Sanchez, the 20-year-old is the fourth striker in the Italian coach’s hierarchy.

If Satriano does leave, Inter will have to find a new forward quickly, with the transfer market set to close next week on Tuesday.

The Nerazzurri may look towards Scamacca, with CEO Beppe Marotta having already asked for the player on loan earlier this month, but Sassuolo are not keen on a temporary transfer.

Keita Balde is another option, with Inzaghi a big fan of the player, who would be eager to return to the Milanese club.