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, 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?