Inter are certain that on loan striker Martin Satriano has vast potential and have a plan to help him reach his peak whilst at the club.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Tuttosport, the Uruguayan is viewed as a nugget with a high ceiling of potential by the Nerazzurri, as he spends the season on loan at fellow Serie A club Empoli to gain experience at senior level.

Satriano has convinced coach Simone Inzaghi after being invited to link up with Inter’s first team during preseason training in 2021, and the Nerazzurri kept him in the squad for the first half of the campaign before sending him out to Brest on loan in January.

Meanwhile, the 21-year-old was one of the most sought-after players in Inter’s squad this summer, along with Chelsea-bound Cesare Casadei and striker Andrea Pinamonti, who was sold to Sassuolo.

However, the Biscione had no desire to sell Satriano and there plan is to send him out on loan again next season upon his return from Empoli, either to another Serie A club or abroad, before integrating him into the first team in 2024.