Brest are keen to sign Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908. The outlet report that the Nerazzurri want a fee of 6-7 million to sell the Uruguayan.

23-year-old Uruguayan international striker Satriano spent last season on loan with Brest in Ligue 1.

The Inter striker scored four goals and made four assists in Ligue 1. He made a total of 33 appearances in the league.

And Brest reached a surprise qualification for the Champions League, finishing third in the table.

According to FCIN1908, Brest remain interested in keeping Satriano.

The outlet report that this time around, they want to sign him on a permanent basis rather than another loan.

Satriano has in fact been on loan at Brest twice. He had previously spent the second half of the 2021-22 season on loan with the French club.

And during the 2022-23 campaign, Satriano had been out on loan with Empoli in Serie A.

Brest Keen To Sign Inter Milan Striker Martin Satriano – Inter Want 6-7M

As far as Inter are concerned, they are aiming to sell Satriano this summer. They would like to sell him on a permanent basis rather than loan him out again.

And according to FCIN1908, Inter have made their asking price clear to Brest.

The Nerazzurri want a fee of around 6-7 million for Satriano.

Now, it remains to be seen if the French side consider that within their budget to bring the Uruguayan back on a permanent basis this summer as they reinforce for the Champions League.

Meanwhile, Brest are not the only club with an interest in signing Satriano this summer.

Stuttgart, Real Betis, and Valencia have both registered an interest in the 23-year-old’s signature.

Meanwhile, Genoa had reportedly been keen to bring Satriano back to Serie A. His name came up in negotiations between the Ligurian club and Genoa over Josep Martinez.