Denzel Dumfries is happy to be moving to Inter, with the Nerazzurri his first choice of a new club following his departure from PSV.

This according to PSV’s head coach Roger Schmidt, who stated in an interview published in today’s print edition of Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf that the 25-year-old’s will was to depart for Inter.

Dumfries is all set to be confirmed as an Inter player with his medical scheduled for today, and the Dutchman is excited for his new challenge and ready to make the step up to playing for the Italian champions.

There is no bad blood between the player and his former club or manager, but it was clear to Dumfries that the time had come for him to seek a new club.

After being linked away for much of the summer, with Inter forefront among possible destinations, the 25-year-old has finally made the switch, and as Schmidt explains, this is in line with the player’s own ambitions.

“It was the player’s desire to go to Inter,” Schmidt said of Dumfries’s move, “a great club that plays in the Champions League, and I granted it to him. Denzel meant a lot to PSV Eindhoven. I’m happy for him and I wish him the best.”