Young attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni could be available for Inter Milan in this weekend’s Serie A clash with Torino after Argentina were eliminated from the Under-20 World Cup.
This according to Italian news outlet Gazzetta.it, who report that with Carboni no longer engaged with the Albiceleste at the Under-20 World Cup, he will be able to return to be with the Nerazzurri squad soon.
Over the past couple of weeks, Carboni has been at the Under-20 World Cup with Argentina.
However, the Albiceleste have been eliminated from the tournament by Nigeria.
Accordingly, Carboni should be able to return to Italy soon to finish the season with the Nerazzurri.
The 18-year-old has been a regular part of Inter’s first team setup throughout the campaign.
Whilst the young attacking midfielder has made relatively few appearances for the Nerazzurri senior team, he has been in numerous matchday squads.
Carboni is a player who Inter see as having an important future ahead of him at the club. The Nerazzurri are ready to hand the young Argentine a contract extension to tie down his future.
Valentin Carboni Could Play A Part In Torino Vs Inter Serie A Clash
Carboni could still have a part to play in Inter’s season.
There is no doubt that the Argentine will be available to be part of the squad for the upcoming Champions League final against Manchester City. However, it is not probable that he’ll play much of a role against the Cityzens.
Against Torino tomorrow, however, Carboni could feature.
The Gazzetta note that Inter coach Simone Inzaghi is likely to rotate his team significantly for the match.
This could mean giving strikers like Edin Dzeko, Lautaro Martinez, and Romelu Lukaku no more than one half of football.
This would be with the aim of resting key players for the final against City.
According to the Gazzetta, young striker Dennis Curatolo could either start the match or come off the bench.
If Carboni is to be available, the 18-year-old could also play a role. He could be given a chance to show his qualities against Torino, and also give the starters more of a rest.