Inter striker Martin Satriano is likely to go out on loan again next season to get more playing time so that he can continue his development within the senior game.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Uruguayan will not likely be sold permanently unless a sizeable offer comes along, but that regular playing time will be the priority.
Satriano has thrived in his loan spell with Brest since joining the Ligue 1 club during the January transfer window, scoring his fourth goal for the club in his sixth start by being on target in their 2-1 win over Brest over the weekend.
It is clear that the best thing for the 20-year-old will be to find regular playing time rather than having a similar situation to the start of the current campaign when he trained with the Nerazzurri senior team but rarely took to the pitch.
Accordingly, during the summer the club will look for a similar solution to Brest, where he will be able to play regularly at a level where he can develop his game.
Satriano is under contract with the Nerazzurri until the end of June 2027, showing the club’s faith in him for the future, and he will not likely be sold on a permanent basis this summer.
However, should the right offer come in for him particularly from the Premier League, it would not be totally out of the question that he could be sold.