Nottingham Forest linked striker Martin Satriano has been linked with a move to Marseille during the summer transfer window, according to Foot Mercato.

The Inter owned talisman was touted with a move to the City Ground during January, before the Reds signed Keinan Davis and Sam Surridge.

Instead, the youngster moved to Brest and it would appear that the player is running out of time to earn a chance at the San Siro.

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He is busy proving his worth in the French top-flight. Satriano has scored four goals in 10 appearances and at 21-years-old he looks set for a bright future.

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Satriano proved a popular transfer link among the fan base. Many actually felt it would be a long shot if Forest managed to get a deal over the line.

That proved to be the case. The player looks set for a big future and perhaps the Reds have now missed the boat with regards to signing him.

Satriano has quite the reputation. He has been compared to Zlatan Ibrahimovic by Inter fans due to his aerial prowess, his power and strong technique in striking the ball.

Now, the youngster looks set for a move to France in the summer. It appears to be a league that suits him and Marseille could land themselves a coup.

Satriano loan would have been class for Forest

Although a deal couldn’t be struck with Inter, it’s good that Forest appear to be shopping in the right sort of markets at the moment.

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Davis and Surridge have both had an impact and perhaps the supporters arent too sad that Satriano proved to be one that got away.

Now, with Marseille keen on a stellar loan signing; it would appear that the ship has sailed for Forest to re-enter the race for his signature.

Dane Murphy and Steve Cooper will still be fancied to get things right in the summer.

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