Inter Milan youngster Sebastiano Esposito will reportedly join Sampdoria on loan with the obligation to buy on certain conditions.

The 21-year-old is an up-and-coming striker who has been at the club since 2014. He rose through the ranks and even represented the first team during Antonio Conte’s time at Appiano Gentile.

In the last three years, the Italian has been on loan with five different clubs, spending time at Spal, Venezia, Basel, Anderlecht and most recently Bari.

After three separate stints in Serie B, Esposito was perhaps hoping for a spell in the top flight. Hellas Verona were reportedly interested in his services. They were on the verge of striking a deal with the Nerazzurri as some reports suggested.

Nevertheless, it appears that Sampdoria have won the race for the young man’s signature. Therefore, another stint in the second tier is on the cards for the Italy U21 starlet.

Inter Milan Youngster Sebastiano Esposito Will Join Sampdoria On Loan With An Obligation To Buy On Certain Conditions

According to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Esposito’s transfer to the Ligurian club is a done deal. All parties have given their consent.

As for the formula, the bomber will initially join Andrea Pirlo’s squad on loan. However, the contract includes an obligation to buy.

This clause will be triggered under certain conditions, including promotion to Serie A.

The Blucerchiati are looking to secure a return to the top flight following last season’s calamitous relegation.

Sampdoria have already signed an Inter Milan youngster this summer in the shape of Filip Stankovic. The Serbian goalkeeper sealed his transfer to Liguria last week.