Inter and Empoli have reached a total agreement for the loan of Martin Satriano next season but personal terms still need to be agreed on, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by FCInternews today, there is a full agreement between the two clubs for the Uruguayan striker to head to Empoli for one year without an option for the Azzurri to buy him at the end of the season.

Inter still rate him highly and they have sought assurances from Empoli that the striker will be at the centre of their technical project. He could be in a position to become their primary source of goals next season, like Andrea Pinamonti was last season.

There is still a distance between the player and Empoli on personal terms. The difference is around €500,000 and there will still be an agent’s commission to pay but the deal should still go through.