Brazilian left-back Dalbert is set to leave Inter, with a deal to send the player on loan to Turkish side Trabzonsport with an obligation to buy close to being done.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reported on his show moments ago that an agreement has been reached between the two for the transfer of the 27-year-old.

Dalbert arrived at the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2017 from Nice, but never cemented his place in the team under Luciano Spalletti or Antonio Conte, spending his last two seasons on loan with Fiorentina and Rennes.

Returning from Rennes this summer, the Nerazzurri have put the player up for sale, hoping to get his wages off their balance sheet and receive a fee for his signature.

They appear to have gotten their wish, with Trabzonspor reportedly having now jumped ahead of Russian club CSKA Moscow in the chase for the Brazilian.

Dalbert will depart on loan initially, with the Turkish club having an obligation to buy him on a permanent basis for €7 million at the end of the loan.