Inter will permanently sign Italian midfielder Stefano Sensi from Sassuolo in the summer, despite his injury troubles, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

The report details how the 24-year-old Italian got off to an incredibly strong start to the season for the Nerazzurri, scoring three goals and providing four assists in the first six league games of the season. A

After only 34 minutes into his first Derby d’Italia on game day 7, Sensi suffered a tear in his abductor muscle that forced him to miss 11 games. He has also suffered from foot problems and a calf injury this season.

Sensi has now fully recovered and is preparing for the season restart, the report continues. Inter will pay €20 million to Sassuolo to make his stay in Milan permanent, in part due to the gentleman’s pact made between the two clubs that must be respected. Some Premier League clubs are interested in him but coach Antonio Conte has no plans to lose the 24-year-old.