Brest Sporting Director Gregory Lorenzy is happy with how Inter-owned duo Lucien Agoume and Martin Satriano have performed on loan this season and would like to have them in the team next season as well.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, Lorenzy explained that the Ligue 1 side are waiting to see whether there will be a possibility of keeping either of the two Nerazzurri-owned players for another season.
Agoume joined Brest on loan at the start of the current campaign, and he has enjoyed considerably more playing time than he had last season at Spezia and taken significant strides within the senior game.
Meanwhile, Satriano linked up with Agoume during the January transfer window, and he made an instant impact in the French top flight.
The futures of the two young players are very much in the balance, and they could stay at Brest another season, make another loan move, be sold permanently, or find a place in Inter’s first team.
Right now, however, Lorenzy is hoping that the French side can bring them back for next season, stating that “We’re very happy with the loans of Satriano and also from Agoume, a player you will know well.”
“But for the moment we’re waiting to see whether or not there’s the possibility of keeping them on loan for another year,” he added.