Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic will have a medical with Inter on Tuesday before completing a one-year loan move with a view to a permanent switch.
The Montenegro striker has failed to establish himself at Manchester City and will try to revive his career in Italy.
It’s believed that the deal will be an initial season-long loan move, costing €3m (£2.1m) for the year, but Inter are obligated to making the it a permanent transfer next summer, when they will pay City an extra €12m (£8.5m).
There is also a potential additional payment of €3m if Inter make it into the Champions League.
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Jovetic, now 25, rose to prominence during a five-year spell with Serie A sideFiorentina between 2008 and 2013. He struggled with injuries during his time in Manchester, scoring 11 goals in just 39 appearances in his two seasons at the Etihad.
The former Partizan Belgrade man has played 36 times for Montenegro, scoring 14 goals in the process.