Inter Milan have finally found a permanent solution for Valentino Lazaro who could be on his way to rejoining Torino.

The Nerazzurri signed the Austrian back in 2019 following an impressive spell at Hertha Berlin. Nevertheless, the wingback failed to lock himself a prominent role at Appiano Gentile.

The 27-year-old only spent six months at Inter before joining Newcastle United on loan in January 2020.

Lazaro has been on the constant move ever since. He also had loan stints at Borussia Monchengladbach, Benfica and most recently Torino.

The wingback joined the Granata on loan last summer. The Piedmontese had the option to maintain his services on a permanent basis.

However, club president Urbano Cairo initially declined the opportunity, refusing to splash 6 million euros to keep hold of the player.

Inter Milan Have Found An Agreement With Torino Over The Transfer Of Valentino Lazaro

Nevertheless, the situation has drastically changed over the last days. Torino have now sold Wilfried Singo to Monaco, leaving them short of options on the right flank (although they signed former Inter Milan wingback Raoul Bellanova from Cagliari).

Therefore, Torino returned for Lazaro, striking a deal with Inter Milan worth 4 million euros. Famous Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio revealed the news during his appearance on Sky Sport via FcInterNews.

The Nerazzurri should also have a sell-on fee in case of a future sale. The source reveals that the player’s green light remains the last missing element before the emergence of the white smoke.

Inter initially splashed 20 million euros for the player four years ago in what was one of the least successful operations conducted by Giuseppe Marotta during his time at the club.