Valencia have reportedly agreed terms with Inter for a loan deal for French midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia but the player is yet to decide on a move.
Plaza Deportiva verifies reports from Goal.com that the two clubs have been ‘locked in negotiations’ with the Nerazzurri open to striking a deal for the 24-year-old.
Los Che have sanctioned sales of several high-earners in their squad this summer including Diego Alves, Mathew Ryan and Enzo Perez – who Kondogbia could directly replace in the squad.
This has reportedly freed up much-needed funds for the club to pursue the targets of new Coach Marcelino Garcia Toral, with the Frenchman said to top the list.
A season-long loan deal with an option to buy is what has been reported, although the player himself has yet to confirm whether he wishes to move or not.
The Milanese club paid €36m to Monaco for the midfielder’s services two years ago but his time at the San Siro has been underwhelming.