Inter have agreed personal terms with Empoli midfielder Kristjan Asllani, and are ready to offer either Sebastiano Esposito or Martin Satriano as part of a deal for the 20-year-old.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the Nerazzurri have everything agreed with the player but still have his club to convince.

Empoli are still hoping that some of the other clubs interested in signing Asllani make another push so that a bidding war will emerge for the Albanian, and they value him at no less than €15 million.

The Nerazzurri could reach this amount, although they are thinking about a formula of a deal which would see them sign the midfielder on a paid loan, possibly even for two seasons, followed by the obligation to sign him permanently.

A player going the other way would be a way to further meet the Tuscans’ valuation of Asllani, although that player looks unlikely to be Andrei Radu especially considering the 25-year-old’s wages.

Esposito is one player of interest to Empoli, although it must first be seen whether he would prefer to return to Basel on loan, whilst Satriano is another player Inter could offer.