Spanish outlet Sport claims Inter will beat Barcelona and Juventus to Santos forward Gabigol.
It was reported this morning that the Nerazzurri had sent intermediaries to Brazil to negotiate with the striker’s representatives, with a €25m offer on the table.
Now Sport is reporting that the offer has convinced both the player and the club, who both stand to benefit hugely.
The newspaper says Gabigol will be paid €7m for the 40 per cent of his contract which he owns, with the remaining €18m going to Santos.
Doyen Sports also own 20 per cent of his registration, but are said to be in dispute with Santos and have been reported to the Brazilian FA.
The contract on offer Gabigol is reportedly worth €3m per season.
Juventus had an offer accepted by Santos worth €20m, but that arrangement would have seen the player receive €2m for his own share of his registration.