Inter are getting ready to complete the signing of Denzel Dumfries, and are set to benefit from the Growth Decree in the form of savings on his wages in their balance sheet.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the total cost of the Dutchman’s signing will be well within the club’s budgetary constraints.

PSV’s original asking price for Dumfries had been about €20 million, but after the Dutch club came down to €15 million an agreement was swiftly found once Inter put forward an offer for €12.5 million plus €2.5 million in add-ons.

Apart from the fee involved, not considered to be at all untenable in view of constraints on spending at the club this summer, the player’s wages are also not set to be an excessive burden on the club.

With the Growth Decree, the 25-year-old’s wages will be accounted for at a total of €4 million gross in the Nerazzurri’s balance sheet.

Dumfries is scheduled to complete his medical with Inter today, and then his signing will be all wrapped up and he will be a Nerazzurri player.

Head coach Simone Inzaghi awaits the wing-back for tomorrow’s training session and he could participate in Saturday’s friendly against Dynamo Kiev, with the player having stated “I’m happy to be here. I am ready and hungry.”

Dumfries’s arrival has come very quickly, with talks between Inter, PSV, and the player’s agent Mino Raiola having accelerated Wednesday and no obstacles having arisen to the club snapping him up.

With the Dutchman’s signing, the Nerazzurri have brought in their first-choice player to take the place of Achraf Hakimi on the right following the Moroccan’s departure last month.