Edin Dzeko ‘already feels like an Inter player’ as the Bosnian awaits to complete a move from Roma, according to Tuttosport.
Inter have agreed a three-year deal with the 33-year-old and must now reach an agreement with Roma, with fresh talks planned in the coming days.
The Nerazzurri have offered €10 million plus a young player while Roma want €20 million for the striker.
The deal will be completed by 30 June at the latest because both clubs need to record a capital gain to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.
Dzeko made 40 appearances for Roma last season as the Giallorossi recorded a sixth-place finish in Serie A, failing to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 2013.
The striker scored 14 goals and created 11 assists in all competitions, before grabbing the opening goal in Bosnia’s 2-1 defeat to Italy on Tuesday.
Antonio Conte already tried to sign Dzeko while in charge of Chelsea last year and made the Bosnian one of his primary transfer targets for this summer.