Inter will pay half of Romanian goalkeeper Andrei Radu’s wages during his season long loan spell at Cremonese next season.
This according to Romanian news outlet Playsport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 25-year-old will accept a €400,000 reduction in his net wages for the season, and that the cost of the year’s salary will be split evenly between Inter and Cremonese.
Radu’s loan move to Cremonese looks to be all done, with the newly-promoted keen on the Romanian as the man to hold down the starting goalkeeping spot for their first season back in Serie A, and the player keen on a regular starting position.
The 25-year-old has agreed to reduce his wages over the upcoming season in order to make the switch to newly promoted Serie A outfit Cremonese feasible, where he will earn a total of €1.9 million net across the campaign.
The Nerazzurri will pay half of this amount, whilst Cremonese will pay the rest.