Inter to loan out Akinsanmiro

Inter Milan are now prepared to loan out youngster Ebenezer Akinsanmiro ahead of next season in a bid for the young Nigerian midfielder to gain more valuable first-team experience, according to website Gazzetta Italia.

The Nerrazuri had rejected loan offers from clubs in Serie A and Serie B for the Nigerian, who has been outstanding in the Primavera, Inter’s youth team, scoring five goals and two assists in 19 games.

He made his Serie A debut for Inter last Sunday, coming on for Davide Frattesi in the 76th minute as Inter trounced Lecce 4-0.

Akinsanmiro had earlier played 67 minutes for Inter’s Primavera’s side before flying with the first team to Lecce.
During his cameo appearance, the 19-year-old had 13 touches and made one key pass in the win that helped Inter Milan maintain their nine-point lead at the top of the table and put them on course for their 20th domestic title.
The Italian daily reported, "He's been training with the first team and the club will be evaluating what is best for his future, which we believe is to go out on loan and develop better."

He will have his future decided by Inter in June. The player Akinsanmiro requires playing time in order to feel valued.

After reportedly paying Remo Stars €800,000 to recruit him, Inter is highly regarded for the box-to-box midfield player.

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