Inter will activate the buy option on Sassuolo owned midfielder Stefano Sensi in the summer, after being convinced by the player’s performances early in the season, according to a report from Italian media outlet earlier today.

The report details how the 24-year-old Italian impressed immediately after arriving in Milan last summer. The midfielder scored three goals and provided four assists in the first six league games of the season, making him one of the most exciting players in the league at the start of the season. Unfortunately, he suffered a tear in the abductor muscle in his Derby d’Italia debut and missed the next nine league games due to injury.

Despite his injury woes this season, Inter have already agreed with Sassuolo to permanently sign Sensi, the report continues. The Nerazzurri will pay €20 million for the 24-year-old Italian, who is currently out injured with a hamstring injury suffered in training earlier this week.