Shannon’s Ryan Nolan has brought the curtain down on his four year spell with Inter Milan.
He has put pen to paper on a three year deal with Serie C side SS Arezzo in a bid to get more first team experience. Inter Milan have included a clause in the deal that will see them earn 50 percent of any future transfer fee received for Nolan.
Well regarded scout Pierluigi Casiraghi was responsible for bringing the Clare born defender to Milan in 2015, he was playing for Spanish outfit Murcia at the time. He agreed his first senior contract last August, a two-year deal, and was brought on the club’s pre-season tour by former manager Luciano Spalletti last summer, he featured in their first team squad for some Europa League outings last season.
Now aged 20, Ryan was captain of Inter’s Youths team last year. He lived in Shannon until the age of eight and has been capped at underage level for his country. Surprisingly he has yet to receive a call up to the Republic of Ireland U21 side which is managed by Stephen Kenny.