Inter-owned midfielder Lucien Agoume is likely to be loaned out again next season following a successful loan spell with Brest, although either staying at Inter or being sold permanently cannot be ruled out.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzett dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are weighing up the best destination for the 20-year-old for next season, and that if he were to be sold they would value him at no less than €10-12 million.

Agoume was on loan in Ligue 1 with Brest during the season just gone, and he enjoyed a much more positive campaign than he had during the prior campaign where he found playing time hard to come by on loan with Spezia.

The Frenchman is back in the Nerazzurri’s squad, and it is not yet entirely ruled out that he could be re-integrated into the first team as a low-cost backup option to Marcelo Brozovic.

However, much more likely would be another loan move, with Brest interested in having him in their team again next season whilst there is also interest from Serie A.

The Nerazzurri could also cash in on Agoume on a permanent basis this summer, with an asking price of at least €10-12 million, though a loan is much more probable.