Yann Karamoh will complete a move from Inter to Parma when the forward undergoes a medical on Monday, according to FcInterNews.it.
Inter have sold the French youngster to the Ducali on a permanent deal for €13 million, although they will also receive 50% any of any future transfer fee.
Karamoh will sign a five-year deal worth €1.3 million per season and an official announcement is expected thereafter.
The 21-year-old cannot be unveiled before then because he will not arrive in Parma until the start of next week, due to personal reasons.
Inter signed Karamoh from Caen in a €5.5 million deal two years ago, but he struggled for game-time during his debut campaign.
He scored three goals on loan at Bordeaux last season but failed to convince the Nerazzurri that they should recall him for Antonio Conte’s first year.
Inter will record a healthy capital gain from Karamoh’s sale, which will help them comply with Financial Fair Play next June.