The agent of Inter-owned goalkeeper Andrei Radu believes that the Romanian has been proving himself in his loan spell with Cremonese, but that he could still leave in January in search of more playing time.

Speaking to Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb, Radu’s agent Crescenzo Cecere noted that the 25-year-old has had a very impressive save rate playing for the newly-promoted team, and didn’t discount the possibility of leaving.

Radu signed for Cremonese on loan last summer to find consistency in form and playing time.

The Romanian had hardly played at Inter last season, and had also made a high-profile error in April’s Serie A loss to Bologna.

Radu’s start to the season with Cremonese was a nightmare as another error cost the Lombards a point against Fiorentina.

After that, things got better as the Romanian started to show his quality on a match-to-match basis, although an injury meant that Marco Carnesecchi displaced him from the starting eleven.

“He had a great start to the season, for five matches he was one of the best players on the pitch and was second in Europe for saves made,” Cecere said.

“He needs to play,” the agent went on, “we’re evaluating various options.”

Asked if this could mean that Radu could leave Cremonese in January, Cecere made clear “Yes, he has to play, he could leave in search of the right place to find consistency.”