Inter will not receive a buy-back option from Parma in their €13 million deal for Yann Karamoh, according to FcInterNews.it.
The Nerazzurri could have an unofficial advantage over other clubs should they decide to resign the forward next summer.
However, there is no formal agreement for Inter to have right of first refusal if the Ducali want to cash in Karamoh at a later date.
Parma would owe Inter 50% of any future transfer fee were they to resell him, though, as per the agreement reached this week.
Inter wanted €15 million initially for Karamoh while their fellow Serie A club were offering €10 million and a 30% cut on a future fee.
The clubs have found an agreement between those two valuations and all that is left now is to make an official announcement.
Karamoh’s agent Oscar Damiani visited Inter’s offices yesterday to sort the final details of his client’s new contract.
The 21-year-old will see his salary rise from €1 million at Inter to €1.3 million at Parma, with whom he is to sign a five-year deal.
He had initially expressed doubt over wanting to leave the Nerazzurri permanently but Karamoh has since accepted the move.