Arsenal and Tottenham are both keen on Inter Milan striker Martin Satriano, but their representatives claim there have been ‘no concrete negotiations’ for the player so far this summer.
Satriano joined Inter Milan from Uruguayan side Nacional in 2020 on a contract until June 2024 after the Italian club spotted his potential in the youth ranks.
The 21-year-old has made four appearances for Inter this season, all from the bench. before being loaned to Brest in Ligue 1, where he scored four goals in 15 league appearances.
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The Daily Mail claimed a year ago that Arsenal and Tottenham were interested in Satriano with Everton and West Ham also in the hunt for the Uruguayan’s signature.
It has been reported that Satriano could be used as a counterbalance in a deal for Empoli midfielder Kristjan Asllani, who Inter Milan are extremely interested in signing this summer.
However, Satriano’s representatives claim there have been ‘no concrete negotiations’ with Empoli over a possible partial swap deal.
“Empoli likes Satriano very much, but at the moment there are no concrete negotiations. There are plenty of options for Satriano and the boy will decide with Inter when he returns from vacation,” the striker’s agent said. Calciomercato (Going through sports witness).
Calciomercato insists Serie A side Turin have also been interested in Satriano, while Arsenal and Tottenham have ‘included him in the list of interesting players’.
Speaking about links with Spurs in May, Satriano said Tutomercatoweb“I’ve heard and read about Tottenham. I’m obviously happy that some teams noticed me, but only because it means I’m fine. I’m young and I have to grow.
Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio is another player who has been linked with Arsenal this summer, but former striker Kevin Campbell doesn’t think the Gunners need another player in his position.
If they need Asensio, said Campbell Football Insider“Not really. I don’t see much sense in that one if I’m being honest.
“Asensio is a very good player. He was a great player in the Real Madrid team. Every time he came he did a job. He didn’t let anyone down.
“He knows where the goal is and has a soft left foot.
“I don’t see where he’s going to fit in at Arsenal though. For me, that one won’t be anything more. I don’t see it coming.