Yann Sommer has completed his transfer from Bayern Munich to Inter, while the Nerazzurri are working on a swap with Sampdoria for Emil Audero.
The Swiss international was always their first target to replace Andre Onan and Samir Handanovic, with the former being sold to Manchester United and the latter released from his contract.
Negotiations with Bayern Munich dragged on for weeks until Inter finally agreed to pay the €6 million set by the release clause, but they managed to get a better payment plan over two years.
The 34-year-old flew in from Munich at the weekend and underwent his medical before putting pen to paper on a contract until June 2026.
Meanwhile, Inter are still in need of a second goalkeeper and they have approached Sampdoria for Audero with an interesting proposal, as agent Tullio Tinti has confirmed.
It would be a loan with an option to buy, while Sampdoria would also take goalkeeper Filip Stankovic on loan.