Parma sporting director Marcello Carli has shared his belief that the agreement between Parma and Inter over Matteo Darmian will be honoured.
Darmian joined Parma last year from Manchester United and pretty much ever since he joined Inter have had a deal in place with Parma to bring him to Milan.
The highly versatile Italian, who is primarily a right wing-back, has reportedly agreed to a four year contract with Inter and multiple reports have stated that he should become an Inter player in the not so distant future.
“Negotiations are not defined, but to be honest I confirm that this negotiation had already been set-up. I just arrived here, about a month ago.
“Then I had to understand and look into things between the first week until now, I have effectively been here 15 days. And given that things were already imposed, I am the person who has to carry the deals to the end.
“I certainly do not deny what had already been done,” he explained in an interview with Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb.
“There have been talks over Darmian for some time, it is possible that the lad will go to Inter and I will not deny it. It’s a bit pre-packaged, there was a half agreement with Inter and I think this agreement will be respected.”
Last season the 30-year-old, who came through the ranks at AC Milan as a youngster, made 34 appearances across all competitions. In his time on the park, which totalled just shy of 2700 minutes, he scored a single goal and provided a single assist for his teammates at the Stadio Ennio Tardini club.