Bayern Munich are reportedly ready to let goalkeeper Yann Sommer move to Inter once they have settled on his replacement.
The Nerazzurri, who are on their pre-season tour of Japan alongside the Bundesliga giants, are currently without a first-team goalkeeper after selling Andre Onana to Manchester United and letting Samir Handanovic leave at the end of his contract.
Sommer has long been identified by Inter as their top choice for next season and the player is keen to make the move, having told Bayern ahead of the trip to Japan that he wants to leave for the Lombardy capital this summer.
Media outlet Gazzetta dello Sport details how Bayern are finally ready to let Sommer leave, now that they have lined up Spaniard David Raya, who has entered the final year of his Brentford contract, as a replacement.
Inter have been waiting patiently to finalize Sommer’s arrival and they are keen to welcome him to their training camp in Japan.
Things could be wrapped up in the next 48 hours and it is still unclear whether the Nerazzurri will pay his €6 million release clause or whether he will be given a small discount.