Club Brugge winger Tajon Buchanan arrived in Italy yesterday but Inter Milan have yet to announce him as their newest player.

The 24-year-old will join Simone Inzaghi’s ranks as a replacement for the injured Juan Cuadrado. The latter will be on the sidelines for the next months after undergoing surgery.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri management insisted on fortifying their squad by adding a new player to the fold as soon as possible.

Buchanan landed in Milano yesterday and underwent all necessary procedures, including medical tests.

However, the Nerazzurri haven’t officially unveiled the Canadian, leaving fans to wonder about the reason behind the delay,

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, the Italian giants have been waiting for Club Brugge to send the necessary documents to finalize the transfer.

As the source tells it, this procedure took a bit longer than initially expected.

Nevertheless, the pink newspaper expects Inter to announce the transfer on Friday.

Buchanan will become the club’s first signing in January, and might well be the solitary player to join the club this month.

The Unveiling Of Tajon Buchanan At Inter Milan Has Been Delayed By Paperwork

The Canada international will also arrive at Appiano Gentile today to meet his new teammates.

The winger earned recognition during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. He had a stint in the MLS with the New England Revolution before joining Club Brugge in January 2022.

This season, he contributed with four goals and five assists in appearances across all competitions with the Belgian club.