Juventus’ Mauricio Isla will be an Inter player by the end of the week, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Chilean international is part-owned by the Bianconeri with Udinese following his move to Turin last summer.
However, after struggling to make an impact following his comeback from injury, the Old Lady are expected to sell their half.
Inter had initially offered the Italian champions €6m for their 50 per cent share, but Juve asked for €7.5m instead.
It is understood that a compromise has been reached with a figure of around €6.8m agreed between the two sides.
It is being claimed that Isla could join up with the Nerazzurri at their Pinzolo training base as soon as Wednesday.