Inter striker Martin Satriano has accepted a loan move to Empoli for next season.

This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that the 21-year-old will join the Tuscans on a season-long dry loan move and that only the official announcement is left to make the move complete.

Satriano spent the second half of the season just gone on loan in Ligue 1 with Brest, where he found playing time and form after having been a bit part player in Inter’s first team during the first half of the campaign.

Now, the Uruguayan will look to take another step forward within the senior game, this time back in Serie A, on loan with Empoli during the upcoming season.

The loan of Satriano had been discussed by the two clubs as part of midfielder Kristjan Asllani’s transfer the other way, and it came down to the decision of the player, and he has decided to accept the loan.