It’s reported that Inter have agreed a deal to sign Xherdan Shaqiri from Bayern Munich for a fee of €15m.
The Swiss international missed Bayern Munich training this morning, leading to speculation that a deal was close.
Now Tuttomercatoweb reports that a deal has been completed, and Shaqiri will join the Nerazzurri on loan until the end of the season, with a forced redemption clause of €15m insterted in the deal.
The Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Shaqiri has signed a deal until 2019, worth around €2.75m per season, rising to €3m based on several different performance related bonuses.
The move marks Inter’s second foray into the transfer market, with Lukas Podolski also joining on a loan deal from Arsenal.