Inter Milan are reportedly on the cusp of selling Silas Andersen to Utrecht on a permanent transfer.

This has been an extremely busy transfer session for the Nerazzurri. Club directors Giuseppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio have been working on a plethora of operations, revamping the senior squad in the process.

The most recent was the arrival of Benjamin Pavard on Wednesday evening. The defender has just completed a high-profile transfer from Bayern Munich

But even though Simone Inzaghi’s first team remains the management’s main focus, the club is still pulling off some operations concerning the youth sector. For instance, Andersen is now heading towards the exit door.

The 19-year-old is a Danish midfielder who developed in the ranks of FC Copenhagen before joining the Nerazzurri in 2021.

The youngster spent the last two campaigns sharpening his tools with Inter’s Primavera squad.

But despite renewing his contract with the Beneamata last May and pushing the deadline to 2025, it appears that the midfielder will bid the club farewell.

According to famous Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio via FcInterNews, Andersen is on the verge of signing for Utrecht.

Silas Andersen Will Leave Inter Milan And Join Utrecht On A Permanent Transfer

He will reportedly join the Dutch first-division club on a permanent transfer, thus putting an end to his two-year spell in Italy.

During his time at Inter, the Dane made 31 appearances in the Primavera league. He scored a couple of goals in the process and provided his teammates with three assists.

Silas also has six caps to his name with Denmark U19, scoring a single international goal.