Martin Satriano signed for Inter Milan in January 2020, moving from Nacional in Uruguay.

At the time there were claims of interest from other clubs, including in the Premier League. In July 2021, the player’s agent Nick Maytum revealed Arsenal had been keen but eventually lost out to the Serie A side.

Maytum explained: “Inter are Inter, the Nerazzurri snatched him from Cagliari and Arsenal. Martin was very excited when he signed with the Nerazzurri.”

Currently on loan in France at Brest, there’s been some claims Tottenham Hotspur are keen on the 21-year-old, with Spurs presumably seeing him as one for the future.

Satriano has now been asked about interest from Antonio Conte, and is clearly happy with the reports. TMW quote the Uruguayan as saying: “I have heard and read about Tottenham, I am obviously glad that some teams have noticed me, but only because it means that I am doing well. I am young and I have to grow.”

The youngster was loaned to Brest in January, and has scored four goals in 15 Ligue 1 matches. That would indicate he’s not someone Tottenham would sign to go immediately into Conte’s team.

Inter Milan have Satriano on a contract which lasts until June 2027, so are protected in that regard. There’s every chance Tottenham will continue watching the forward’s development and make a decision on any potential swoop in the future.