The details of Hakan Calhanoglu’s contract agreement with Inter have been revealed, with the Turkish midfielder’s move from AC Milan set to be confirmed tomorrow.

Italian football finance outlet report that the 27-year-old will sign three-year contract with the Nerazzurri worth a net of €5 million per year plus bonuses, and his signing looks set to cost the club €9.25 million gross in the 2021-22 annual budget.

This is before agents’ fees and commissions are taken into consideration, which could bring the total cost of the deal up, though Inter will amortize these fees over a number of seasons.

Calhanoglu’s contract with the Nerazzurri’s city rivals Milan expires at the end of the month, and it is thought that the reason for the player’s inability to come to an agreement with his soon-to-be former club concerns the Rossoneri’s unwillingness to meet his wage demands.

Inter meanwhile have deemed the wages of the Turkish playmaker an acceptable cost for a player who is expected to replace the contributions of the stricken Christian Eriksen in Simone Inzaghi’s squad.