Inter Milan will not consider offers of less than €40 million for attacking midfielder Valentin Carboni during the summer transfer window.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Carboni is a player whose future Inter are thinking carefully about.

The Argentine has been on loan with Monza this season.

The Nerazzurri sent Carboni to the Brianzoli on a season-long loan deal. There is no purchase option in the deal.

The intention with this loan was very clear.

Inter wanted Carboni to receive more regular playing time in Serie A so that he can grow and find his feet within the senior game.

And in this respect, Carboni’s time at Monza has been successful.

The 19-year-old may not have begun the campaign as a regular in Monza’s starting eleven.

However, Carboni has featured more and more as the season has gone on.

The Argentine international has proven that he is capable of making the step up to the senior game.

Inter Won’t Consider Offers Of Less Than 40M For Valentin Carboni

The Corriere confirm that Inter fully believe that Carboni will develop into a top-level player.

The teenager remains a part of the Nerazzurri’s long-term plans as far as the first team.

However, the club are considering what the next step would be.

A return to Inter cannot be ruled out. Inter are aiming to bolster their depth in attack for next season, and bringing Carboni back would be one option in this regard.

However, another loan would also be a possibility.

Carboni could stay at Monza for another season, or go to a different club. Playing time would be the priority if this is the case.

One thing that Inter do not really see on the table is selling Carboni.

If the Nerazzurri were to consider the Argentine’s permanent departure, it would have to be for a fee of no less than 40 million.

Alternatively, the Corriere report, Inter could send Carboni to another club as part of a player-plus-cash deal.

However, as with Giovanni Fabbian’s transfer to Bologna last summer, the Nerazzurri would insist on a buyback option in that case.