Inter’s young players out on loan are having strong starts to the season, in an encouraging sign for the youth sector at the Nerazzurri.

This is highlighted by Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who notes that the likes of Sebastiano Esposito, Andreaw Gravillon, Samuele Mulattieri, Gaetano Oristanio, and Michele Di Gregorio have all enjoyed bright starts to their seasons out on loan.

Esposito has started well at Basel where he is on loan, with the Swiss side having a purchase option and the Nerazzurri also having a counter-option should they exercise it.

Gravillon has featured regularly for Reims, and while he is unlikely to return to Inter as the French side have an obligation to buy him in the event that he makes seventeen appearances for them, his form is encourging and he could be a good sale for the Nerazzurri.

Mulattieri has been in blazing goalscoring form for Crotone with six goals from five appearances, while Gaetano Oristanio is following in his footsteps by starring for Volendam, the team that Mulattieri was out on loan with last season.

Meanwhile, Di Gregorio looks to have found a home in Monza, with his performances in goal for the Serie B team meaning that they will likely exercise a purchase option in his loan deal.