Facundo Colidio arrived in Belgium today as the Inter striker prepared to complete a loan move to Sint-Truiden.
Ivan Perisic completed a medical with Bayern Munich this morning but the Croatian was not the only Nerazzurri player heading out on Monday.
According to Belgian newspaper Het Belang von Limburg, Colidio arrived at Sint-Truiden’s stadium Stayen in a taxi after completing a medical at a local hospital.
The striker only needs to put pen to paper on his new contract now before the deal is made official.
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.
He will become the third Inter player to move to Belgium this summer, following the departures of Zinho Vanehusden and Xian Emmers.
Vanheusden joined Standard Liege on a permanent deal worth €12 million, with Emmers signing for Waasland-Beveren on a season-long loan.