Inter will agree to loan Ivan Perisic to Bayern Munich for another season provided that the German club agree to an obligation to buy as part of the deal according to a report from Italian news outlet

Perisic is currently out on loan at the Bundesliga outfit until the end of this season and they have an option to buy him on a permanent basis for €20 million but will not do this and will instead look to loan him again.

Inter will allow the Croatian national team player to return to the Allianz Arena club on loan again but only if they agree to sign him permanently for €15 million at the end of the loan.

Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta’s plan is to sell Perisic and create a capital gain and if the above scenario was to come to fruition Inter would make an even greater capital gain.

The report does go on to add that Inter will still try and flog Perisic to Bayern Munich this Summer and could even drop the price down to €18 million.