Tomorrow is set to be the decisive day for the move of midfielder Lazar Samardzic to Inter Milan from Udinese.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews.

Lazar Samardzic is not an Inter player yet, but barring major late surprises he will be soon.

The clubs only have to work out the very final details of the transfer. Then the player can sign his contract, which will be a five-year deal.

According to Sky, tomorrow will be a significant day for the move. Former RB Leipzig midfielder Samardzic will join Inter on an initial paid loan. The loan fee will be €4 million.

Then, at the end of next season, there will be a purchase obligation, which sees the Nerazzurri sign the Serb on a permanent basis for €16 million plus €2 million in add-ons.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri will pay right around €22 million should all add-ons be triggered.

Inter Milan To Sign Lazar Samardzic For Fabbian + Cash

The inclusion of young midfielder Giovanni Fabbian joining Udinese is also a key facet of the deal. The 20-year-old will join the Friulani for a fee of €4 million.

That deal is nominally separate from the transfer of Samardzic. However, all reports suggest that Inter offering Fabbian played a crucial role in unlocking talks for the Serb.

Reports also suggest that there will be a buyback option for Fabbian, per Inter’s insistence. The Nerazzurri will have the option to sign Fabbian back for a fee of €12 million.

Everything appears to be at the finish line. Inter have beaten the likes of AC Milan and Napoli to the German-born Serbian international’s signature.

Inter and Udinese will get the last formalities out of the way and complete the official documents on the deal tomorrow.

Then, Samardzic can sign his contract and join up with his new Nerazzurri teammates.