Inter Milan have agreed terms with Shakhtar Donetsk goalkeeper Anatoliy Trubin but haven’t yet convinced Bayern Munich’s Yann Sommer.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that for his part Sommer only wants to accept a move to the Nerazzurri if he receives a guarantee that he can have the starting role.

One thing that now looks clear is that Andre Onana will leave Inter to join Manchester United.

For their part, the Nerazzurri have a plan to replace the Cameroonian goalkeeper. They want to sign 21-year-old Ukrainian international Trubin and 34-year-old Swiss international Sommer.

On the former front, Inter have made significant progress.

Whilst the Nerazzurri have yet to convince Shakhtar with a €10 million offer, they have convinced the player.

The Corriere confirm that Trubin has agreed personal terms on a move to Inter. He is ready to sign a five-year deal to join.

Inter Milan Agree Terms With Trubin – But Sommer Hasn’t Made Up His Mind

As far as moving for Sommer, however, Inter still have work to do.

In terms of convincing Bayern on a deal, the German champions will want a fee of around €6 million.

The Bavarians’ stance is also linked with the return date of captain Manuel Neuer. However, if they are to sell Sommer, the Corriere report that Bayern would be ready to go after Inter-linked Valencia keeper Giorgi Mamardashvili.

As far as Sommer is concerned, the former Borussia Monchengladbach man would be open to joining Inter.

However, the Swiss international’s priority is playing time.

Sommer does not simply want to replace Samir Handanovic as the backup keeper. He wants to have the opportunity to keep playing on a regular basis.

Accordingly, the Corriere reports, Sommer will ask for a guarantee of being the regular starter.

If Inter do assure the 34-year-old of this, then he would be ready to make the move.