Both of Cagliari and Frosinone are interested in loaning Inter striker Martin Satriano during the upcoming season.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the 22-year-old Uruguayan international is likely to leave the Nerazzurri on another loan, and that the two newly-promoted Serie B clubs are among the teams who are keen to bring him in.
Young Inter-owned striker Satriano has finished the season on loan with Empoli.
It has been something of a mixed campaign with the Tuscans for the 21-year-old. On the one hand, Satriano showed plenty of glimpses of his holdup play and technical quality.
On the other hand, there is no disguising the fact the two goals and one assist is not a great return in his position.
Nevertheless, Satriano still looks like a player who has a future in the top-flight senior game. Moreover, the Uruguayan appears to retain the faith of his parent club Inter.
During the first half of the 2021-22 season, Satriano had been a part of Inter’s senior squad. However, the young striker barely got a look in under Simone Inzaghi.
Accordingly, the Uruguayan spent the second half of that campaign on loan. He joined Inter teammate Lucien Agoume at Brest in Ligue 1.
This was a more positive experience for Satriano. In fifteen Ligue 1 appearances, the Uruguayan managed four goals, helping to keep Brest comfortably in the top flight.
Cagliari & Frosinone Both Show Interest In Loaning Inter Milan Starlet Martin Satriano
Now, the question is what comes next for Satriano.
According to FCIN, another loan move looks to be far and away the most likely possibility for the 22-year-old.
Inter are not likely to sell Satriano on a permanent basis during this summer window.
However, there would hardly be a chance for the Uruguayan to be a part of the Nerazzurri’s senior squad.
Satriano’s next destination could be to a newly-promoted club, helping them to fight for their top flight survival.
According to FCIN, both of Frosinone and Cagliari have made their interest clear.