Valencia are reportedly tracking Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano who is spending the current campaign on loan at Brest.

The Nerazzurri signed the 23-year-old from Nacional in 2020. However, he was never truly able to get his breakthrough with the first team.

The versatile forward has been constantly on loan in recent years. He spent the previous campaign at Empoli without making much of an impact, before returning for a second temporary stint at Stade Brestois.

The Pirates are enjoying a sensational campaign. They currently stand third in the Ligue 1 table, aiming for what would be a historic Champions League qualification.

For his part, Satriano has been a regular feature in their starting lineup. He has thus far contributed with four goals and as many assists in 30 league appearances.

So according to Marca via FcInterNews, the Uruguayan’s exploits have attracted the attention of Valencia.

Los Che are reportedly looking for a replacement for their star player Hugo Duro who has yet to renew his contract with the club, or even a new striker to play alongside the latter.

Valencia Monitoring Inter Milan Striker Martin Satriano Following Brest Exploits

The source explains how the Spanish club appreciates Satriano’s fighting spirit both inside and outside the box.

Valencia would have to negotiate a deal with Inter who still hold the player’s card. The striker’s contract with the Nerazzurri is valid until June 2027.

The young forward made his senior debut for Uruguay in 2022, but it remains his solitary international cap.