Monza CEO Adriano Galliani feels that it’s unfortunate that Inter Milan owned Valentin Carboni is only at the club on a dry loan.

Speaking to reporters, via FCInterNews, Galliani gave his thought on the impressive recent growth of the 18-year-old.

Inter-owned teenager Carboni has been breaking into the Monza team more and more in recent weeks.

Having joined the Brianzoli in search of playing time during the summer, Carboni did not receive it right away.

The Argentine needed to settle in and adapt. He is still a new face within the senior game, particularly at the Serie A level.

But that period of adaptation now appears to be over.

Carboni is getting chances to start for Monza. And he is taking good advantage of them.

Carboni has scored against Juventus already this season.

And the 18-year-old has also scored and assisted a goal in a recent win over Frosinone.

With Carboni now more and more getting his chances with the Brianzoli’s starting eleven, it is clear that he has a place in Serie A.

That could very well come at Inter. Not that it will be easy for Carboni to break into such a strong squad.

But one thing that’s certain is that Inter will have control over Carboni’s destiny.

Monza only have the attacking midfielder until the end of the season on loan. And there is no purchase option.

Monza CEO Galliani: Too Bad Valentin Carboni Only A Dry Loan

Galliani called Carboni’s growth “Incredible.”

“I think across the top five leagues, there are maybe three or four players born in 2005 to have two goals and two assists,” he noted.

“He’s born in 2005 and he’s already an extraordinary player,” he noted.

“We understood that, and Inter understood it as well.”

“Unfortunately they only gave him to us on loan for one year.”

“He’s doing well, and then Palladino has done very well to allow he and Colpani to coexist on the pitch,” Galliani said.