Inter Milan plan to loan attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni to Monza once again next season.

Today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, report that the Argentine will remain at the Brianzoli for a second campaign after his current loan deal expires.

At the moment, Carboni is on loan at Monza.

The teenage attacking midfielder has worked his way into the starting eleven under Raffaele Palladino over the course of the season.

That wasn’t necessarily the case at the start of the campaign. Carboni found starts hard to come by initially after joining the Brianzoli on loan last season.

But the last two or three months have seen the 18-year-old increasingly feature both in the starting eleven, and with important substitute appearances.

Valentin Carboni To Stay At Monza On Loan Next Season

Inter’s intention in loaning Carboni to Monza was for the Argentine to receive regular playing time.

In that respect the Nerazzurri are satisfied with how the trajectory of Carboni’s season has gone.

The teenager may not have played regularly right away.

But Carboni did earn his place, and is now starting to grow and improve with regular top flight football.

Carboni is a player who Inter very much see as part of their first-team plans for the future.

That is why the Argentine’s current loan deal at Monza is only a dry loan with no purchase option.

The Brianzoli tried to sign Carboni on a permanent basis. But Inter would have no intention of giving up the teenager.

With that being said, Inter do not see Carboni as ready for a first-team role next season.

The Nerazzurri will instead aim to sign a more “ready-made” forward like Genoa’s Albert Gudmundsson.

And Carboni, on the other hand, is a player who Inter feel still needs time to learn and grow, where he’ll have room to make mistakes.

For that reason, Tuttosport anticipate, Inter are ready to loan the player out to Monza once again for next season.