Monza have confirmed the signing of Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi on a season long loan until 2023. The former Sassuolo starlet spent half the previous season on loan with Sampdoria but only managed a handful of appearances for them.
Monza had been pressing to bring the 26-year-old to the club with club director Adriano Galliani playing a particularly important role in securing the move. A statement on the clubs official website confirmed the details of the switch:
Stefano Sensi is a new AC Monza player. The Italian midfielder arrives from Inter on loan until 30th June 2023.
Born in Urbino on 5th August 1995, he grew up in Cesena’s youth academy and made his Serie B debut in the summer of 2015. In that season he made 32 appearances and scored 3 goals.
At the age of 21 he joined Sassuolo, where he collected 68 caps in three seasons.
After making his debut with the Italian National Team, in 2019 he joined Inter. With the Nerazzurri he made 52 appearances in two and a half seasons.”
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