Inter Primavera defender Etienne Kinkoue will sign a four-year contract with Greek side Olympiacos soon.
As reported by Italian media outlet FcInterNews earlier today, the 19-year-old Kinkoue signed from French side Troyes in the summer of 2019 and will be joining the Greek club on a deal lasting until 2025.
The deal initially doesn’t bring any earnings to Inter, but it may do in the future as the Nerazzurri have included a percentage of the future resale clause.
Should Kinkoue develop in Greece and be sold again in the future, the Milanese club will be able to cash in through this clause.
The 19-year-old Kinkoue will initially join Olympiacos’ reserve team before eventually being promoted to the first team.
Kinkoue was contracted to Inter until 2024 but coach Simone Inzaghi did not want to include the player in his first team for this Serie A season.
The French teenager made 48 appearances for Inter Primavera, picking up eight yellow cards and one red card in that time.