Inter have agreed terms on a deal to bring Parma goalkeeper Luigi Sepe to the Giuseppe Meazza on loan with an option to buy.

This is according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla on his website, who reports that an agreement in principle has been reached, and that the player will be brought in should Andrei Radu depart to Real Sociedad.

Sepe still has three years left on his deal with Parma, but looks set to depart with Gianluigu Buffon returning to the club in the summer.

The Nerazzurri have been in search of a backup keeper for current Number One Samir Handanovic with the Slovenian turning 37 in July, and have considered multiple options with a view to keeping the player on after the Handanovic departs to take over the first-choice position.

The Slovenian’s deputy from last season Andrei Radu is considering a move to Real Sociedad with the Nerazzurri having agreed terms for a move with the Spanish club.

The 24-year-old’s only concern with a move is whether he will have a starting spot with the Basque club, and he is assessing whether he will be able to find regular football in San Sebastian.

Should Radu depart, Sepe appears to be the Nerazzurri’s first option to take over him, and the path to sign the 30-year-old Italian from Parma looks to be clear.