Inter are planning to loan out Primavera midfielder Franco Carboni to gain experience within the senior game next season.
This according to yesterday’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 20-year-old is deemed by the Nerazzurri to be ready to get his first regular experience within the senior game.
Carboni has already gotten some experience within the Nerazzurri’s first team, making appearances off the bench under both Antonio Conte and Simone Inzaghi.
The Argentine starred for the Primavera team under Christian Chivu in the season just gone, and the club feel that his development within the youth sector is fully complete and he is ready for senior professional football.
The plan is to loan Carboni out so that he can get regular playing time and feel his way into senior football after his exploits in the youth teams.
Meanwhile, Carboni’s two younger brothers Valentin and Cristiano continue to develop in the Nerazzurri’s youth setup, the former having played alongside Franco in the Primavera in the season just gone, and both are showing considerable promise.