Inter are ready to agree a deal with Empoli for midfielder Kristjan Asllani worth €13 million, which would also see striker Martin Satriano and midfielder Lucien Agoume move to the Tuscan club on loan.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri could sign the 20-year-old on an initial loan with an obligation to buy him on a permanent basis after one season.

Asllani is one of Inter’s major targets for the summer transfer window as they see a midfielder capable of backing up Marcelo Brozovic as a priority, and they look to be on the verge of completing a deal for him.

The Tuscans have been asking for €15-16 million for the Albanian, whilst the Nerazzurri have put forward an offer of €12 million plus a loan of Martin Satriano.

Satriano is still valued at around €20 million by Inter and so there would be no chance of him being sent to Empoli on a permanent basis, but they ready to offer him on loan.

The two clubs look ready to agree a deal on a loan with a purchase obligation worth €13-14 million, with the Tuscans asking for not just Satriano but also young midfielder Lucien Agoume on loan.