Inter Milan wingback Franco Carboni has completed a loan move to Serie B side Ternana for the rest of the season.

The Nerazzurri officially announce the Argentine’s move on their homepage.

Argentine youth team international Carboni spent the first half of the season currently ongoing on loan at Monza.

Carboni joined the Brianzoli on loan during the January transfer window of last season.

The 20-year-old had been playing on loan with Cagliari for the first half of the campaign. The Rossoblu had signed Carboni on loan during the summer transfer window.

Carboni made thirteen appearances for the Sardinians in Serie B, as they won promotion straight back to Serie A after having been relegated from the top flight last season.

However, the Argentine made the switch to Monza in Serie A in the January window.

Reportedly, Inter considered the lack of playing time at Cagliari that he’d been getting to be a major factor in deciding on a different solution for Carboni.

Monza signed Carboni on an initial loan deal. The Lombard team had a purchase option on the Argentine worth €7 million.

Then, Inter had a buyback clause worth €8.5 million had Monza exercises their option.

Franco Carboni Completes Loan Move To Ternana For The Rest Of The Season

Monza did not sign Carboni on a permanent basis last summer.

But they did bring him back on loan.

However, Carboni has had very little role in the Brianzoli team under coach Raffaele Palladino.

So much so, in fact, that Inter and the player decided on a midseason change.

The priority, naturally, was for Carboni to join a club where he will play regularly.

And Ternana are ready to offer the Argentine exactly that.

The Umbrian club are currently fighting for survival in Serie B, where they are just above the relegation zone of the table.

Ternana have officially brought in Carboni for the remainder of the current season.