Inter Milan goalkeeper Filip Stankovic will complete his medicals on a loan move to Serie B club Sampdoria tomorrow.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, who reports on his homepage via FCInterNews that the 21-year-old’s loan move to the Blucerchiati is nearly complete, and that he should seal the switch tomorrow.

Stankovic will not be part of Inter’s first-team plans next season.

The arrival of Yann Sommer, followed by the imminent signing of Emil Audero ensures that much.

Therefore, the Serb will go out on another loan move. He will continue to take steps into the senior game.

And, Di Marzio reports, it is Sampdoria who will give Stankovic the opportunity.

Di Marzio: Filip Stankovic To Undergo Sampdoria Medicals Tomorrow

Di Marzio reports that there is a complete agreement between the two clubs on a loan deal for Stankovic.

Reports suggest that the deal will be a season-long loan move containing an option to buy.

Inter had hoped to only send the 21-year-old out on a dry loan. However, the Blucerchiati insisted on the inclusion of a purchase option for next summer.

However, the Nerazzurri will still retain a buyback option so they don’t risk losing control of Stankovic’s future for good.

Stankovic, who is the son of legendary former Inter and Lazio midfielder Dejan, has enjoyed a solid preseason.

The Serb was in fact Inter’s first-choice keeper during their preseason tour of Japan. This was due to the fact that Sommer and Audero had not yet arrived to fill the shoes of the departed Andre Onana and Samir Handanovic.

Prior to this summer, Stankovic had been out on loan with Volendam for two seasons.

He joined when the Dutch side were in the Eerste Divisie, helping them achieve promotion to the Eredivisie.

Then, Stankovic was named as Volendam’s player of the season after they kept their top flight status.