Inter could sign Parma goalkeeper Gabriel Brazao and include the 18-year-old in preseason training with new boss Antonio Conte, according to FcInterNews.it.
Brazao joined the Crociati in January but his move to Parma was always made with a future at Inter in mind, with the Nerazzurri simply unable to sign non-EU players in the mid-season transfer window.
Inter will bring the Brazilian youngster to the club this summer and must then choose which path is best for his immediate future.
The club could bring him into the first-team fold for preseason, which will see Conte take his new players to Lugano, or he could be sent on loan to gain senior experience.
No such offers have arrived yet but Inter will consider all options and are not against the idea of loaning him out before the end of this month.
Brazao has made 20 appearances for Brazil’s under-17 team, helping the Selecao to third place in the 2017 FIFA World Cup.
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