Inter Milan are reportedly closing in on an agreement with Bayern Munich for the transfer of Benjamin Pavard.

This has been an extremely long day on the Pavard front. The Nerazzurri have reignited their interest in the French international, deeming him the perfect profile for the defensive vacancy.

The Italian giants have already tried to sign the 27-year-old as a replacement for Milan Skriniar back in January.

With the Slovakian now gone, the club is still searching the market for a defender who can fill the gap on the right side of the three-man backline.

According to FcInterNews, Inter and Bayern have been in constant contact over the last couple of days.

Yesterday, it all began with a mere glimmer of hope. But today, the Nerazzurri have made some ground in their pursuit of the 2018 World Cup winner.

As the source explains, the Serie A giants have managed to bridge the gap. Inter are now offering 25 million euros in addition to 5M as add-ons. On the other hand, Bayern are asking for 32 million euros plus 3M.

Inter Milan Have Closed The Gap With Bayern Munich In The Negotiations For Benjamin Pavard

Thus, the report suggests that tomorrow could be a decisive day in the negotiations between the two clubs, as the distance between supply and demand has never been closer.

Moreover, Pavard remained on the bench this evening for the duration of the Bundesliga opener, hinting that his future lies elsewhere.

Thomas Tuchel’s men emerged victorious with four unanswered goals over their hosts Werder Bremen.