Inter are on the verge of selling academy stars Ryan Nolan and Facundo Colidio to Leeds for a total of €6 million, according to FcInterNews.it.
The defender is due to sign a three-year deal and will join on a permanent basis, having made 42 appearances for Armando Madonna’s Primavera side last season.
Colidio will either move permanently or on loan with an obligation to buy, but the formula of his move is yet to be agreed.
Talks between the parties are ongoing with England’s transfer window due to close at 6pm CET, as Inter seek a slightly higher fee for their young talents.
The Nerazzurri completed another sale to the Championship on Wednesday, sending George Puscas to Reading for a reported €10 million, bonuses included.
Puscas, Nolan and Colidio’s departures will help the club finance further deals coming into the club, following the agreement reached for Romelu Lukaku last night.
Colidio scored 12 goals in all competitions for Inter’s Primavera last year, as well as creating six assists.
The forward never made his debut for the first team after joining in a €7 million deal from Boca Juniors, but he did train regularly with the squad under Luciano Spalletti.