Italian agent Oscar Damiani believes that young Inter striker Martin Satriano has made a good move in his career by accepting a loan move to Ligue 1 club Brest.
Speaking Italian news outlet Calciomercato.com, Damiani emphasized that the French side can be the right environment in which Satriano can continue his growth in the senior game with a view to returning to Serie A.
Satriano has officially completed his loan move to Brest, where he will almost certainly receive significantly more playing time than he has at Inter over the first half of the season.
The 20-year-old had been included in the senior first team after impressing coach Simone Inzaghi in preseason, but after having been restricted to brief appearances from the bench, the priority for the second half of the campaign is regular playing time.
Damiani believes that he will receive it at Brest, where fellow Inter player Lucien Agoume is also on loan.
“It seems like a good solution for him,” he stated, “if you break through in France then you are ready to be relied on in Italy.”
He added that “Agoume, for example, is gaining experience in Ligue 1. Brest’s Sporting Director has an Italian background, he knows young players from Serie A very well.”