Inter Milan youngster Giovanni Fabbian is reportedly on the cusp of joining Bologna on a permanent transfer.

Last week, the 20-year-old was all set to sign for Udinese after undergoing his medical. The Nerazzurri used the Italian as a bargaining chip in the Lazar Samardzic operation.

However, the whole transfer collapsed in an unceremonious fashion due to extravagant demands from the Serbian’s entourage at the eleventh hour.

Therefore, Fabbian was part of the collateral damage. But luckily for the young man, he still has other suitors in Serie A.

As we reported this morning, Bologna entered the race for the former Padova midfielder.

The Rossoblu were facing competition from Frosinone who were offering to take Fabbian on loan.

However, the Emilians have apparently tabled the more convincing offer and reached the finish line.

According to Sky Sport journalist Gianluca Di Marzio via FcInter1908, Inter and Bologna have reached a full agreement over the youngster’s transfer.

Inter Milan Youngster Giovanni Fabbian Will Join Bologna On A Permanent Deal While The Nerazzurri Retain A Buy-Back Option

Bologna will pay 5 million euros for the player’s purchase. Nonetheless, the Beneamata will have the option to buy the starlet back for 12 million.

Fabbian joined Inter’s youth ranks in 2018 after beginning his career at Padova. He cemented himself as one of the most talented youngsters at the club.

He spent the last campaign on loan with Reggina, earning major plaudits for his impressive displays in Serie B.