Iner closing in on the signing of highly-rated Germany Under-21 international defender Yann Aurel Bisseck from Danish club Aarhus.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri have agreed everything with both the player and his club on the move, and that it should become official very soon.
Inter are not wasting any time in their pursuit of former Koln academy graduate Bisseck.
Reportedly, the Nerazzurri have already agreed personal terms with the German. The Corriere confirm that Bisseck is keen to make the move to play at the San Siro.
Moreover, the newspaper reports, there is also an agreement between the two clubs on a deal.
Inter Milan Agree Deal With Danish Club Aarhus For Yann Aurel Bisseck
The Nerazzurri have not only held talks with Bisseck and his representatives, but also with the player’s current club Aarhus.
Bisseck joined Aarhus on loan from Koln in the summer of 2021. Then, last summer, the Danes signed the defender on a permanent basis.
According to the Corriere, the talks between Inter and Aarhus have moved fast.
The Nerazzurri have made a €7 million, which the Danish club have accepted. Inter will pay the fee in two instalments.
According to the newspaper, further negotiations this next week should see everything fully ironed out. At that point, Bisseck will be all ready to become an Inter player for next season.
Nerazzurri Begin Summer Defensive Reinforcements
Defensive signings will be a priority for Inter during the summer window.
Replacing Milan Skriniar is a priority, given that the Slovakian will leave to join Paris Saint-Germain.
Meanwhile, Inter are also looking at plenty of younger profiles.
The Nerazzurri are reportedly interested in all of Chelsea’s Trevoh Chalobah, Lille’s Tiago Djalo, and Red Bull Salzburg’s Oumar Solet. Meanwhile, SempreInter has exclusively reported that the Nerazzurri are tracking Union Berlin star Danilho Doekhi.
Germany youth international Bisseck would represent a signing along those lines.
Reports also suggest that the 22-year-old would also make a stylistically suitable backup to Alessandro Bastoni.