Inter Milan have beaten a host of other suitors to secure the signing of Sassuolo midfielder Davide Frattesi.

The 23-year-old was also a transfer target for AC Milan, Roma, Napoli and even Juventus. Nevertheless, he should complete a switch to Appiano Gentile in the next 48 hours.

As La Gazzetta dello Sport (via FcInterNews) explains, the Nerazzurri already had an agreement in place with Sassuolo. Despite the delay, the pact remained solid.

Inter were finally able to provide the necessary funds thanks to the sale of Marcelo Brozovic to Al-Nassr.

The source believes that Inter Milan will now have Frattesi on loan with an obligation to buy. The whole operation could cost the club 33 million euros.

Inter Milan Have Won The Race For Davide Frattesi After Securing An Agreement With The Player And Sassuolo

In detail, the Beneamata will spend 5 million euros as loan fees, while the obligation to buy will be worth 22 million.

Moreover, Inter-owned striker Samuele Mulattieri will be a part of the package, heading in the opposite direction. The youngster’s value is six million.

The report adds that the two parties are ironing out the last details before signing the contract. The Neroverdi are looking to add bonuses worth 5 million in addition to a cut on a future sale (between 10 and 20%).

As for Frattesi, he will sign a five-year contract with the Nerazzurri which would see him collect 2.8 million euros per season.