Three new faces for Inter Primavera. Swedish striker for U-17 team. Eight out on loan

MILAN - Inter have brought in several new players for its senior academy teams during the January transfer window, while eight players have been sent out on loan to gain first team experience.

Players in (Primavera)
Riccardo Bocolan (Italian striker, born in 1989): co-ownership deal with Treviso; will remain at the Veneto club until end of season
Jacopo Fortunato (Italian midfielder, 1990): co-ownership deal with Treviso
Samir Amar Lacheheb (French striker, 1989): on loan from Ternana

Players in (Allievi Nazionali)
Sebastian Carlsen (Swedish striker, 1991): on loan from Helsingborg
Giovanni Kyeremateng (Italian striker, 1991): returns from loan spell at Pro Sesto

Players out
Attila Filkor (Hungarian midfielder, 1988): joins Grosseto (Serie B) on loan
Jonathan Ludovic Biabiany (French striker, 1988): joins Modena (Serie B) on loan after loan spell at ChievoVerona (Serie B)
Filippo Mancini (Italian striker, 1990): will continue career at Manchester City
Goran Slavkovski (Swedish striker, 1989): moves on loan to Sheffield United until end of season
Simone Fautario (defender, 1987): moves from Pro Sesto (Serie C1) to Pistoiese (Serie C1)

The above five players have all made their debuts for Inter's first team.

Giacomo Bindi (goalkeeper, 1985): joins Sambenedettese (Serie C1) on loan after loan spell at Manfredonia (Serie C1)
Fabio Perissinotto (defender, 1989): moves on loan to Pro Sesto
Luca Profeta (defender, 1990): moves on loan to Pro Sesto
Giorgio Schiavini (midielder, 1990): joins Pizzighettone (Serie C2) until end of season

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