Inter Milan wingback Robin Gosens has reportedly reached a full agreement with Union Berlin on personal terms.

According to Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, the German international could finally fulfill his dream of playing in the Bundesliga.

The 28-year-old left Germany at the age of 17 to embark on a long journey between the Netherlands and Italy. Thus, he still hasn’t played a single match in the German top flight.

Nevertheless, Union Berlin will be looking to bolster their ranks with experienced stars on the international after securing a historic qualification to the Champions League.

Union Berlin Are Looking To Negotiate A Transfer Fee With Inter After Agreeing Terms With Gosens.

But while the source claims that Union Berlin have already agreed personal terms with Gosens, they still have to find an agreement with Inter Milan.

The report claims that the Nerazzurri are requesting a figure between 18 and 20 million euros. On the other hand, the German club’s offer was below 12 million.

Moreover, the two clubs must also agree on a formula. The source understands that the Serie A giants would like to sell the wingback on a permanent basis rather than sending him on loan with an obligation to buy.

The Beneamata bought the player in January 2022 following a successful stint in Bergamo. Nevertheless, he hasn’t been able to replicate the same scintillating form in Milano.

The former Atalanta man has been serving as an understudy for Federico Dimarco on the left wing.