West Ham are among a number of Premier League clubs who are interested in Inter Milan wonderkid Martin Satriano, according to MailOnline.

The forward is yet to make his Inter first-team debut but scored 14 goals and assisted another eight in the 2020/21 Primavera 1 season, going on to be voted the league’s best forward.

The MailOnline report credits West Ham, Tottenham, Arsenal and Everton as the Premier League clubs holding a keen interest in the 20-year-old, who has been training regularly with the Nerazzurri first-team, while both Manchester City and Chelsea have previously been linked.

The Uruguayan, who is valued at just £720k by, is regarded as one of the most exciting young strikers in Europe right now but, with Inter Milan suffering severe financial problems of late, they may be forced into parting ways with the wonderkid should an attractive offer come in.

Despite his lack of first-team experience, bringing in a player with Satriano’s potential would represent something of a statement of intent from West Ham if they decide to make a move for him this summer, with David Moyes eager to bring in help for Michail Antonio before the start of the 2021/22 season.

However, with the youngster’s reputation clearly growing and a number of other teams supposedly interested in his signature, it’s fair to assume this isn’t going to be a straightforward transfer.

Indeed, there is no suggestion that we or anyone else have even made a move for the wonderkid striker just yet but, with Inter in financial trouble and Satriano already attracting the attention of some of Europe’s biggest clubs, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see this story develop further before the summer transfer window closes.