Esposito to Venezia on the cards this January

Esposito to Venezia on the cards this January

Esposito to Venezia on the cards this January as the youngster chooses to spend the rest of the 20-21 season out on loan. The youngster made his professional debut with Inter at the age of 16 in March 2019. He came in as a substitute against Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League. After that, he became the youngest player ever to feature in a European match for the club. Furthermore, he made his Champions League debut in a group stage match against Borussia Dortmund replacing Lukaku.

In fact, he is the second-youngest ever after Giuseppe Bergomi to feature in the Champions League for the club. He made his Serie A debut aged 17, where he came in as a substitute for Lautaro Martinez at a home match against Parma. He scored his first goal, on his full debut, in a 4-0 win against Genoa. The youngster moved to SPAL on loan in September 2020.

Esposito to Venezia

Esposito to Venezia, a strategic move for him

Esposito to Venezia is a calculated move for the youngster as he wanted to move to a club with two strikers. Furthermore, the youngster wants to move to the Serie-B club as his chances of playing are better there. The youngster attracted several clubs including Cittadella, Regina, and Pescara. In fact, he was hoping to see Brescia in the line-up as they also play two strikers. But that did not happen.

Esposito was due to spend the 20/21 season with SPAL but he is going to spend the rest of the season in Venezia. The 18-year old has made 14 appearances across all competitions this season and has only managed to score a single goal. While Inter are a massive Serie A club, the youngster is gaining experience by playing in Serie B right now. He might get a chance to play in the Serie A for Inter in the upcoming years. How will the youngster develop himself under the Venice side in this season?

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