Inter Milan have agreed a five-year contract with goalkeeper Anatoliy Trubin, but have yet to agree a fee with his club Shakhtar Donetsk.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri have been working with the 21-year-old’s representatives to try and secure a deal with his club Shakhtar as they aim to make him the replacement for Andre Onana next season.

A deal between Inter and Manchester United to sell Onana now looks close at hand.

The Red Devils have had a couple bids turned down for the Cameroonian. However, they have been swiftly raising their offer and could wrap up a deal to sign Onana by midway through next week.

The 21-year-old Ukrainian international is a young profile with room to grow, but also has significant international and Champions League experience despite his young age.

According to Mediaset, a personal agreement is already in place with the player concerned. The broadcaster reports that Trubin is ready to sign a five-year deal which would see him earn €1.8 million net per season.

Inter Milan Agree Deal With Anatoliy Trubin But Must Convince Shakhtar

Inter have done part of the job in getting an agreement from Trubin.

However, they must also agree terms on a deal with his current club Shakhtar.

The Ukrainian club are holding out for €15 million. For their part, Inter are currently ready to offer €10 million.

The Nerazzuzrri want to work fast to unlock a deal, however. As do Trubin and his representatives.

Mediaset report that Trubin’s agents are currently in Milan. There, they and Inter are working towards getting an offer ready that will convince Shakhtar. Then, the deal to make Trubin an Inter player can happen quickly.