Inter have announced they have completed a deal to buy out Bologna’s share of midfielder Saphir Taider.
With the co-ownership of players in the Italian Leagues being phased out, the two clubs recently took up the option to continue sharing the Algerian’s sporting rights for one more year.
However, the Nerazzurri have now confirmed the 22-year-old is, as of this afternoon, owned 100 per cent by them.
In addition, Inter revealed that Lorenzo Paramatti has made a permanent switch the other way.
Taider has recently returned home from Brazil after being involved in Algeria’s impressive World Cup campaign, where the North Africans reached the Round of 16.