Inter Milan and Sassuolo will hold talks to finalize the transfer of midfielder Davide Frattesi tomorrow.

This according to SportItalia transfer market expert Alfredo Pedulla, who reports on his homepage that the two clubs’ executives will meet tomorrow with the aim of wrapping up the deal.

Inter have been pushing to get a deal done for Frattesi, and now they look to be almost over the finish line.

The Nerazzurri have reportedly reached a verbal agreement with the Neroverdi. Now, they just need to wrap up the final details and then the player could undergo his medicals for the move as early as this Friday.

There are still one or two things that the two clubs must still iron out, however.

And according to Pedulla, they should do so tomorrow.

The SportItalia transfer expert reports that Inter CEO Beppe Marotta will meet with his Sassuolo counterpart Giovanni Carnevali tomorrow.

The two club executives will then discuss the final details on the two transfers.

Inter Milan & Sassuolo Right On The Verge Of Agreeing Davide Frattesi Move

Frattesi’s agent Beppe Riso has confirmed that a move to Inter is close for Azzurri star.

Riso noted that the player’s preference was always to join the Nerazzurri.

Inter have beaten the likes of AC Milan, Roma, and Juventus to the 23-year-old’s signature.

Frattesi has looked to be the Nerazzurri’s primary target in midfield for the past few weeks. They have pushed to make the signing happen, and the sale of Marcelo Brozovic looks to have been the trigger to finally make the decisive move.

Pedulla reports that Frattesi will join Inter on an initial loan deal. Then, next summer there will be a mandatory purchase obligation.

The fee for that obligation will be around €33 million plus €5 million in add-ons.

Samuele Mulattieri will go the other way in the deal, valued at €6-7 million, lowering the cash amount Inter pay to around €26-27 million.

The Neroverdi will also receive 10% of any transfer fee if Inter sell Frattesi, reports Pedulla.