Inter striker Martian Satriano will not depart from the club on loan before the end of the summer transfer window, as the club have decided to keep him in the squad.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the young Uruguayan will be kept in the first-team squad until at least January, despite interest from Cagliari and Crotone.
Satriano has been the subject of strong interest from clubs in Italy and elsewhere in Europe after a strong season with the Primavera team last campaign followed by an eye-catching pre-season, and Cagliari and Crotone look to be the two signs still keenest on making a late push for him.
However, given the quality of his performances in preseason with the senior time, and Inter stay has always looked like a possibility as well.
With the number of games faced by the club over the next few months between Serie A and the Champions League, the Nerazzurri have decided to rely on Satriano to ensure adequate attacking options are always available in the squad.