Inter Milan will make a decision on the future of young attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni, currently at Monza, in the summer.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper anticipates that the Argentine could either stay at Inter or go on another loan.

Young Inter attacking midfielder Carboni is currently on loan at Monza.

The Argentine joined the Lombard team during last summer transfer window.

Carboni is at Monza on a one-season loan deal. The Brianzoli do not have any purchase option to sign the young attacking midfielder on a permanent basis.

The teenager hadn’t begun the season as a regular starter for Monza.

On the contrary, Carboni found playing time fairly hard to come by for the first few months of the campaign.

But in recent weeks, there have been signs of this changing.

Carboni has had some noteworthy moments, including a goal against Juventus.

And the Argentine started for the Brianzoli against Frosinone last weekend. That was a starring performance from the teenager, as he both scored and assisted a goal in a 3-1 win.

Inter To Make Valentin Carboni Decision In The Summer

This evening, Carboni will face his parent club in Serie A.

Whether or not the teenager starts, there is every chance that he could at least feature off the bench as the Brianzoli host Inter.

It will be an “up close and personal” opportunity for Inter to monitor Carboni’s growth.

The Argentine did not start the season in the most audacious form. Having joined Monza to find playing time, he didn’t get on the pitch much.

But Carboni’s recent emergence into the Brianzoli’s starting eleven has made it clear that he is no track as far as his anticipated growth.

Inter will continue to observe Carboni from afar over the next few months.

Then in the summer, a decision will have to be made.

The Gazzetta report that there is a real chance that Inter could give Carboni a chance to prove himself in the first team during the 2024-25 season.

But on the other hand, another loan move could also be the right way for him to continue to grow.

After all, Carboni is still only eighteen years of age. There will certainly be plenty of time for him.