Inter have officially completed the sale of midfielder Andrew Gravillon to Reims in a deal worth €3.5 million.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the French side’s permanent purchase of the 23-year-old has been triggered based on his having made seventeen appearances in Ligue 1 for them this season.
Inter sent Gravillon out on loan to Reims over the summer, in a deal which included an obligation to by the player on a permanent basis which would be triggered should he make at least seventeen appearances for the club.
Gravillon has been a regular fixture in the team this season, and the milestone has already been triggered over the first half of the season.
The Nerazzurri will bring in €3.5 million for the midfielder’s permanent sale, which will be an extra source of revenue for the club for a fringe player who they have now managed to move on to a new permanent club.