Inter Milan wingback Valentino Lazaro will undergo his medicals ahead of a permanent transfer to Torino tomorrow.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews. The broadcaster reports that the 27-year-old will make the move on a permanent basis for a fee of €4 million.

Inter and Torino have already reportedly reached an agreement on a deal for Lazaro.

Sky reports that the Granata will pay the Nerazzurri a fee of around €4 million to sign the Austrian international.

Given that Lazaro’s contract runs out at the end of next June, Inter have certainly made it their aim to sell him on a permanent basis this summer.

The player wasn’t initially sure whether or not to accept the move back to Torino.

But Lazaro has decided to join the team that he spent last season on loan with.

The former Hertha Berlin wingback is all ready to accept the Granata’s offer and could complete the transfer soon.

Inter Wingback Valentino Lazaro To Undergo Torino Medicals Tomorrow

Lazaro will undergo his medicals tomorrow.

Then, the Austrian can put pen to paper and join Torino on a permanent basis.

It won’t be the first time that he puts on the Granata shirt, however.

This was hardly the first time that the 27-year-old Austrian international has been out on loan since joining Inter from Hertha in the summer of 2019.

Lazaro has gone out on loan to Newcastle United, Borussia Monchegnladbach, and Benfica.

None of those have decided to sign the Austrian on a permanent basis. And neither, it seems, had Torino.

The Granata had the option to do so. Reportedly, they had a purchase option on Lazaro worth around €7 million.

And initially, Torino showed an interest in exercising that clause. Lazaro enjoyed a fairly positive season, as he fit in well to Granata coach Ivan Juric’s customary 3-5-2 system, even if a knee injury ruled him out for a few months in mid-season.

However, Torino also asked Inter for a discount to sign Lazaro. And in the end, they decided against activating the purchase option.