It’s official – Inter Milan have completed the signing of Germany Under-21 defender Yann Aurel Bisseck from Aarhus.

Inter Milan have confirmed the 22-year-old’s arrival in a statement on their official site, announcing that Bisseck has signed a five-year contract with the club ahead of the upcoming season.

Bisseck has been one of the first players who Inter have worked to sign for this summer transfer window.

The Nerazzurri have identified the former Koln youth academy product as an ideal young defensive reinforcement.

Bisseck will reportedly join as a backup to Alessandro Bastoni. During the season just gone the 24-year-old has had no real deputy in the squad.

Either Francesco Acerbi has shifted to the left or Federico Dimarco has moved into defense when Bastoni has been out.

Now the Nerazzurri will have a true backup for Bastoni. Bisseck is used to playing on the left of a back three despite being right-footed.

Moreover, the versatile Bisseck could also used on the right side of defense.

The departures of Milan Skriniar and Danilo D’Ambrosio have given the Nerazzurri further impetus to go after a new defensive signing.

Official – Yann Bisseck Joins Inter Milan On A Five-Year Deal

The Nerazzurri have worked over the past few weeks to get a deal over the line to sign Bisseck.

The Germany under-21 international was in action at the Under-21 Euros. During that time, Inter worked to secure an agreement with the player.

Inter believe that Bisseck will be a long-term reinforcement to their defense. And they have convinced the player on their project.

The Nerazzurri have reportedly beaten Premier League giants Manchester City to the 22-year-old’s signature.

Inter confirm that Bisseck has signed a five-year contract. His deal will run until the end of June 2028.

Danish club Aarhus have confirmed that Inter have paid the German’s release clause. They will pay the Danes €7 million, in two instalments of €3.5 million.

Bisseck came through the youth academy system of German team Koln. However, it has been at Aarhus over the past two seasons that he has really begun to show his quality.