Inter midfielder midfielder Andrew Gravillon could be on his way out at the Giuseppe Meazza, with French club Reims reportedly in talks for the player.

This according to today’s print edition of French newspaper L’Equipe, who report in today’s print edition that the Ligue 1 side have taken an interest in the 23-year-old after watching his performances on loan for Lorient this season.

Gravillon has been at Inter since 2016 as a youth team player, having joined Benevento and then Pescara before rejoining the Nerazzurri in 2019.

He has not, however, made any appearances in the Nerazzurri fitrst team, and it is thought that the club are ready to sell him this summer, with moving on fringe squad members to generate transfer fees on the agenda as the club pursue financial targets.

Talks are ongoing with Reims, and the clubs are reportedly close to an agreement which would see the player depart for a fee of €3.5-4.4 million euros.