Inter defender Andrew Gravillon is set to join Sassuolo on a season-long loan after the Nerazzurri gave the green light this morning, according to FcInterNews.it.
Sassuolo’s chief executive Giovanni Carnevali intensified talks with the 21-year-old’s entourage this week and is very close to agreeing a deal.
Gravillon will be reunited with Roberto De Zerbi should the move go through, having already played for the Neroverdi’s head coach at Benevento two seasons ago.
“Sassuolo is the ideal solution for everyone as Inter and the player seek to further his development,” the website assured.
Inter paid €10 million to resign Gravillon from Pescara in January, where the French youngster made 29 appearances in Serie B last season.
Beppe Pillon’s side finished sixth in the regular season before losing at home to Verona in the play-off semi-finals.
Gravillon scored twice in wins against Foggia and Lecce and is now set for a return to Serie A, having made two appearances for Benevento in the 2017-18 campaign.