Luciano Spalletti is now willing to come to an agreement with Inter over the termination of his contract according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.

Spalletti was relieved from his position as Inter manager this past Summer but has remained on the club’s payroll since and still has another one year left on his contract with the club, which is worth €4.5 million net per season to him.

When AC Milan showed an interest in employing him earlier on this season, the former Roma manager was reluctant to accept anything less than every last penny he was owed by Inter.

Things have however changed though with the report from the Milan based newspaper stating he would be willing to come to an agreement with Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta as he is eyeing up managing in the Premier League.

In his two years in charge at Inter, Spalletti managed 90 matches, 46 of which he won. He also led Inter to back to back fourth place finishes.