Uruguay Talent Eyes Inter Return After First Serie A Goal

Loaned from Inter, Martin Satriano scored his maiden goal for Empoli against Salernitana – in what incidentally also turned out to be his first ever in Serie A. The promising Uruguayan forward latched onto an inch-perfect cross from Liam Henderson and dived in to nod the opener. His contribution proved vital in the end for the Azzurri, who mustered a 2-2 draw at the Stadio Arechi in Salerno.

Following his impressive performance, the youngster spoke to the press in the post-match conference (via FCInter1908).

“We had a good game, I said the goal would come and I managed today. Playing here in Salerno is not easy, we lowered ourselves after the advantage but our team has an immense heart. We have many strong strikers and we will score many goals.”

Satriano then revealed his intention of returning to Inter as an improved player, having spent last season sidelined by Simone Inzaghi.

“The Nerazzuri have many stars, they are doing well and I wanted to play. I am young, I have to play more minutes and hit the net more times, then I want to return.”

An academy graduate from the ranks of Uruguayan giants Nacional, Satriano moved to Inter in the 2020 winter transfer window. He spent the second half of the 2021/22 season on loan at French outfit Brest before moving to Empoli.

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