The future of Inter Milan midfielder Stefano Sensi is up in the air as his loan spell with Monza comes close to ending.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInter1908. The 27-year-old’s current deal with Inter runs out at the end of next June, and the Nerazzurri are likely to want to sell him permanently.

At present, Sensi has just one more match left with Monza.

The former Sassuolo midfielder has had a mixed season on loan with the Brianzoli.

Whilst Sensi has been part of the starting eleven at various points, this has not been the case lately. In the Lombard team’s past eight matches, the Inter-owned midfielder has started only once – against Sassuolo.

Injuries have continued to be a problem for Sensi. This had been the case for the midfielder throughout his time at Inter.

Inter Milan To Look To Sell Stefano Sensi Permanently This Summer

Sensi had suffered an ankle problem that ruled him out for a few months in the middle of this season with Monza.

The midfielder did work his way back into the lineup after that. However, the fact that Sensi has not been starting much in the final weeks of the campaign raises several questions about his future at Monza.

Should the Brianzoli not decide to trigger a purchase option in Sensi’s loan deal, the choice will belong to Inter.

Sensi joined the Nerazzurri from Sassuolo in the summer of 2019. However, after a bright start to his time at the San Siro, the midfielder has struggled for momentum.

Last season, Sensi had not been in favour under Simone Inzaghi. He was shipped out on loan to Sampdoria for the second half of last campaign.

Inter will want to sell the midfielder for a fee while they had the chance.

However, if they cannot do so, it is not impossible that Sensi could simply go out on loan again and then leave on a free transfer.