Arsenal goal Satriano talks up transfer to the Premier League

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Inter Milan’s prodigy Martin Satriano has announced a move to the Premier League in the future, with Arsenal keeping a watchful eye.

The 20-year-old moved to Italy a little over 12 months ago, playing for the Nerazzurri Primavera side where he hasn’t had the best time but came to life with five goals this month teams sit and take note.

And one of those clubs that are reportedly watching Satriano’s development very closely is Arsenal, who are always keen to bring the best of exciting talent to their squad and will continue to monitor their performances until the end of the season.

And despite all the speculation, the boy was asked about the potential of moving to England in the future, and he admits that the interest is evidence that he is going in the right direction.

“It’s always flattering (the Premier League interest),” Satriano admitted to the Mail, who stated that both Chelsea and Arsenal are interested in his signature. “Yes, that is a sign that I’m doing things well and that I need to continue on this path.

“I try to use it as an incentive to keep working and get better every day. The Premier League is number 1 in the world in terms of competition. I think all players want to play. I think all the teams are very good.

“It’s a very competitive league where any team can beat anyone. But at the moment I’m totally focused on Inter and getting the most out of them. “

Look, Arsenal have to be linked to more established players in the game, they don’t need exciting talent anymore, do they?

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