Young Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano could leave this summer, possibly being offered to Empoli on a permanent basis in exchange for either Guglielmo Vicario or Fabiano Parisi.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInter1908, who report that the 22-year-old Uruguayan international could be allowed to leave the Nerazzurri on a permanent basis at the end of this season.

Satriano is currently at Empoli on loan.

The Uruguayan joined the Tuscan side on a season-long loan last summer.

Whilst Satriano has shown flashes of his quality, he has not been prolific in front of goal. This has led to one or two doubts about the young striker’s future at Inter.

Accordingly, the Gazzetta report, it is far from impossible that the Nerazzurri could allow Satriano to depart.

There are doubts about whether Satriano will improve much or reach the level required to play a role in Inter’s first team. As such, even though the Uruguayan’s current contract runs out at the end of June 2027, he may be sold.

Inter Could Offer Martin Satriano To Empoli For Vicario Or Parisi

One possibility for Satriano next season would be staying at Empoli, but on a permanent basis.

Satriano has not been as in favour under Empoli coach Paolo Zanetti in the past few weeks as he had been earlier on in the campaign.

However, the Tuscans could still see the 22-year-old as a solid addition to their attacking ranks on a permanent basis, particularly given his age.

If Satriano were to depart for Empoli, it could be part of a cash-plus-player offer for an Empoli player.

It has already been reported that Inter could offer Satriano as part of a deal for Guglielmo Vicario. The goalkeeper is Inter’s main target to replace Andre Onana if the Cameroonian departs.

Meanwhile, wingback Fabiano Parisi is also on the Nerazzurri’s radar. They could offer Satriano as a makeweight in a deal for the 22-year-old.