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Sušić close to signing with Inter

The 22-year old midfielder has made his intentions clear in the past week, and a fee has been agreed by Inter and Hajduk Split.

Sušić (#14) in action for Bosnia in the World Cup, the midfielder is close to signing with Inter Milan. Credit
Sušić (#14) in action for Bosnia in the World Cup, the midfielder is close to signing with Inter Milan. Credit
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Bosnian international, Tino-Sven Sušić could be the next player to join Inter Milan in this January transfer window, with Inter set to pay his current club a fee of €4m.

In recent weeks, both the agent and the player himself has been quoted on paper regarding the move to Inter. His agent, Sabatino Durante, stated that it is his client's desire to complete a move to Inter Milan, claiming that Roberto Mancini has kept a watchful eye over Sušić since he was Manchester City's manager. Furthermore, Durante also said that both Inter and Hajduk Split have a great relationship, and that should make the transfer process easier.

This sentiment was echoed by Sušić, citing his childhood dream of playing for Nerazzurri and the opportunity to work with Mancini:

"I could not wish for more, I have been cheering for Inter and Ronaldo since I was a child;"

"Any club with such history is a dream, let alone with a coach like (Roberto) Mancini".

According to report from a Bosnian newspaper, SportCentar, Inter will pay Hajduk Split €1m upfront, with the remaining €3m to be paid before the conclusion of the season.

All parties involved seemed to be on the same page, and it is perhaps just a matter of time before Sušić gets to wear the jersey of his dreams.