Udinese have accepted an offer from Inter for goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, Sky Sport Italia are reporting.
The Slovenian custodian is of interest to the Beneamata and talks have been on-going between the two sides.
Udinese have allegedly accepted an €11m cash offer from the San Siro outfit, as well as a 50 per cent share of defender Davide Faraoni.
The apparent capture of Handanovic, 27, suggests that Brazilian international Julio Cesar will leave the outfit.
The Nerazzurri are trying to cut their wage bill after failing to qualify for the Champions League. Lucio has already rescinded his contract, while Diego Forlan is also expected to leave.
Handanovic could sign a four-year contract worth €2m a campaign.
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