Several teams are relying on young players next season, and Inter Milan has someone who has attracted several clubs.
Martin Satriano has been making waves, and this development has rekindled the interest of at least one team, Arsenal.
it will Not the first time The Gunners are connected to the 20-year-old striker.
In February, together with Chelsea, they were selected as admirers of the Uruguayans. But this time, it looks like Arsenal will face a tougher chase, and teams like Tottenham will also keep in touch with Satriano.
Satriano is one of the emerging talents from Italy. In his most recent season, he scored 12 goals in 27 games.
Satriano is a member of Inter Milan’s under-19 team and is touted as one of Inter Milan’s future top stars.
Satriano was appointed as a substitute in three Serie A matches last year, as Inter Milan won their 19th league championship.
Arsenal and Tottenham are not the only ones paying attention to Satriano. The list includes Everton and West Ham.
Manchester City were also interested before. So far, it has not been mentioned that they might reconsider the Uruguays.
Considering that Inter Milan is also in financial trouble, they are likely to sell Satriano.
Inter Milan is also struggling financially. Due to the pandemic, other teams such as Barcelona are currently trying to cope with this dilemma.
In addition to Satriano, Inter Milan is likely to let go of other players this summer Offset huge debts.
Therefore, interested teams can cash in, but may reduce costs. Considering that he doesn’t have much playing time, the Uruguayan’s asking price shouldn’t be very high.
If Arsenal succeed this time, Satriano may become a potential successor to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The 32-year-old Gabonese captain has been struggling, and this has been reflected in the 2020-21 season.
Compared with 29 times last season, Aubameyang only scored 15 times.
Satriano is very promising, but for the team he eventually joined, this is not a direct solution.
However, he is an investment that any team wants-especially in the future.