Andrew Gravillon is set to return to Inter this summer as Lorient decided against signing him on a permanent deal following his loan spell.
According to L’Equipe, the French club will not take up a €4.5 million option in the original loan deal agreed last year, sending him back to the Nerazzurri.
Gravillon has impressed in Ligue 1 and Lorient coach Cristophe Pelissier is believed to have wanted to retain him, only for the club to decide against making the transfer permanent.
The clause to sign him permanently will expire tomorrow evening and with Lorient not intending to activate it, Inter will look to move him on elsewhere.
He currently has two years remaining on his contract and has attracted interest from the Premier League, as Inter attempt to cash in on a player who has yet to make a senior appearance for them.
Gravillon has featured 26 times in Ligue 1 for Lorient this season, scoring once, and had previously enjoyed a loan spell at Ascoli.