Inter Milan will have a decision to make about the future of teenage Argentine international Valentin Carboni this summer.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, report that the 19-year-old will not be part of Inter’s first team squad. Rather, he’ll either be loaned out again or sold.

At the moment, Carboni is out on loan at Monza.

The Argentine joined the Brianzoli on a season-long loan deal last summer. It is just a dry loan, with the Lombard club having no purchase option on Carboni.

Carboni’s loan spell has been a successful one.

The aim was to have the teenage attacking midfielder receive regular playing time at the senior level.

And after initially spending a few weeks bedding into the team, Carboni has received that.

The Inter-owned player has scored two goals and made three assists in Serie A this season for Monza.

Inter To Loan Out Or Sell Valentin Carboni This Summer

The priority for next season, like this one, will be for Carboni to play regularly.

There is no chance of the teenager being integrated back into Inter’s senior squad next season.

As a fourth or fifth forward in the rotation, Carboni would certainly see his playing time drop off significantly. That is the last thing anyone wants.

Rather, Inter want to see Carboni continue to play and grow next season.

Accordingly, another loan similar to this season’s dry loan to Monza would be a very real possibility.

On the other hand, the Corriere reports, Inter could sell Carboni. If the right offer comes along.

However, the Corriere notes, it would not be a deal similar to last summer’s sale of Giovanni Fabbian to Bologna – in which Inter retained control of a young player’s future via a buyback option.

The reason for this would be the valuation of Carboni.

Inter have already rejected offers around 20 million for the Argentine. The minimum asking price would certainly be in the region of 30 million.

Therefore, for a buyback option on such a deal to make sense, it would have to be around 50 million.

This would not be feasible for Inter. Therefore, if they sell Carboni, it will be for good.