Robin Gosens is yet to give his final OK to a transfer to Union Berlin, whilst Inter Milan are ready to sign Carlos Augusto as replacement.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the green light from the German is the only thing remaining for both transfers to go through.

Inter are ready to complete a “switcheroo” on the left flank.

Whilst Federico Dimarco will remain after his outstanding 2022-23 season, there will be a new player deputizing for the Italian international and competing for his starting spot.

Inter are ready to part ways with former Atalanta wingback Gosens.

The German arrived in January of 2021 with big expectations on his shoulders. However, injuries and a lack of peak fitness have played a significant role in limiting his impact.

According to the Gazzetta, Inter are happy to accept a bid of around €13 million from Union Berlin for the 29-year-old.

Gosens Yet To Accept Union Berlin Move – But Inter Have Augusto Ready

According to the Gazetta, Gosens is still mulling over his future a bit longer. He’ll consider whether to give the green light on a move to Union.

But the German is leaning in the direction of a move to his home country.

Gosens knows that playing time will never be a guarantee at Inter next season. Union, on the other hand, can offer the wingback a starting role in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League.

Gosens is aiming to play regularly and earn his spot in the Germany squad at the Euros next summer.

And if that transfer does happen, then the move of Carlos Augusto from Monza to Inter will go through virtually concurrently.

Inter have complete agreement with the Brianzoli on the deal.

The Nerazzurri are ready to sign Augusto on a €4.5 million paid loan deal with a €7.5 million purchase obligation. Added to this will be €4 million in performance-related add-ons, and a 10% sell-on clause.

As for the player concerned, Augusto is keen to make the switch.

The opportunity to play in the Champions League was central to the 24-year-old’s decision, reports the Gazzetta.