Samuel Eto'o is seriously considering a move from Inter to Anzhi Makhachkala, his representative has confirmed.
Speaking with Russian website Sports.ru, Claudio Vigorelli confirmed the expectation that the striker would be sold.
"We have practically reached an agreement with Anzhi," Vigorelli noted. "Hopefully, the clubs will now also agree between themselves.
"Did Predrag Mijatovic represent Anzhi? Predrag is a friend of Samuel and Anzhi director German Chistyakov, therefore he was present during the negotiations."
It is being claimed that the Russian outfit have made Inter an offer of between €30m and €40m for the Cameroon star.
It is also being suggested that the player himself will net a massive €17m a season while with Anzhi Makhachkala.
"Unfortunately, the media have been reporting false figures in relation to Samuel's contract," insisted Vigorelli.
"But I will repeat, we have practically agreed things with Anzhi."
Inter confirmed yesterday, through transfer chief Marco Branca and owner Massimo Moratti, that they are considering the sale of Eto'o.
The Italian media are already speculating that the Nerazzurri will target Carlos Tevez of Manchester City once Eto'o departs.