Zinho Vanheusden looks set to become an Inter player again, with the 21-year-old signing his contract in Milan tomorrow.

This according to Belgian news outlet Nieuwsblad, who report that Inter have agreed terms with Standard Liege to re-purchase the player after he was sold to the Belgian club in 2019.

Vanheusden joined Standard on a permanent basis in 2019 after having spent a season on loan at the club, but the deal included a clause allowing for the Nerazzurri to buy the player back, which they are ready to exercise.

The player is set to be in Milan tomorrow, where he will sign his contract, with all terms for his move already agreed.

The Belgian will not, however, join the Nerazzurri first team, with the player likely to be loaned out again, with a return to Standard a very probable destination for him.

The player’s future is not certain, however, and other possibilities for a loan move cannot be ruled out.