Inter Milan goalkeeper Andrei Radu will make the move to Premier League club Bournemouth on loan with an option to buy.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reports on his homepage that everything is done and the player will be in England this evening to wrap up the move to the Cherries.

Bournemouth have been closing in on signing Radu for a couple days, as Romanian journalist Emanuel Rosu revealed.

Radu has for some time looked like a player out of Inter’s plans.

Despite the departures of both Andre Onana and Samir Handanovic this summer, there would be no role for the 26-year-old.

Radu will not be either the first-choice or the backup keeper for next season.

Therefore, Inter have been looking to offload the 26-year-old.

Andrei Radu To Wrap Up Move To Bournemouth Imminently

According to Di Marzio, Radu will travel to England this evening to finish up medicals and other final details.

Then, the goalkeeper will sign his contract with the Premier League team.

Bournemouth will make Radu their latest reinforcement for new coach Andoni Iraola.

The move will initially be a loan deal, but if the Cherries choose to make it permanent then it will be the end of his time at Inter. The purchase option will be worth €8 million, reports Di Marzio.

Since joining Inter in 2013 as an academy player from Pergolettese, Radu has gone out on a number of loan spells.

The Romanian went out on loan to both Genoa and Parma in Serie A.

During the 2021-22 season, Radu was Inter’s backup goalkeeper. However, this proved to be a step back for the keeper, who made a high profile error that caused the Nerazzurri to lose a Serie A clash with Bologna, a key moment in the title race which they lost to AC Milan.

Last season, Radu spent the first half of the campaign on loan with Cremonese. Then, after Marco Carnesecchi had displaced him as starting goalkeeper for the Lombard team, he switched to Auxerre until the end of the season.