Inter have completed the signing of young Danish midfielder Silas Andersen from FC Copenhagen.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908, who report that the 17-year-old has signed a three-year contract with the Nerazzurri.

The length of the contract is three years, taking the player to the summer of 2024, as this is the maximum length of contract which the club can sign with a minor.

The player was accompanied in Milan by his agents and by another intermediary, who acted as intermediaries and supervised the deal which he signed with the club.

The Dane’s arrival is seen as an exciting development, with the young midfielder highly regarded within the Nerazzurri’s youth sector, and his acquisition could be very positive for the club down the line.

The player is not, however, thought to be ready to contribute to the first team in the immediate future given his age and lack of experience.