Sky Sport Italia report that Inter and Bayern Munich have agreed a full fee for Benjamin Pavard at €30 million plus €2 million in add-ons, but the Germans still need a replacement.
The two clubs were close to a deal over the past two days after German media insisted the Bundesliga champions had closed the door.
This was always going to be a risky approach given that his contract expires at the end of the season and in the end the Frenchman’s desire to join Inter proved decisive.
According to Sky Sport Italia, the final figures of the deal are 30 million euros plus another 2 million euros in bonuses.
Inter’s initial offer was 25 million euros plus bonuses to reach 30 million euros.
However, the problem remains, as Bayern Munich cannot let Pavardi leave until they have found a replacement.