Inter have reportedly agreed a €35m fee with Atalanta for Dejan Kulusevski, but negotiations remain ongoing as the Nerazzurri still need to convince Parma to part ways with the player.
The 19-year-old has been in outstanding form on loan at Parma in 2019/20. He has started all 15 games in Serie A up to this point and has managed to chip in with three goals and five assists.
As a result of the youngster's fine performances, he has attracted a lot of interest from a number of top European clubs. Corriere della Sera (via Football Italia) are now reporting that Italian giants Inter have now agreed a €35m fee with the player's parent club Atalanta.
Although a fee has been accepted, the report states that Parma are not keen to let him leave halfway through the season and may put up a fight to keep him for the entire campaign.
The player has become a crucial player for the Crociati and would, of course, prefer to keep hold of him. As a result, it is further stated that if negotiations prove too challenging, manager Antonio Conte could turn his attention towards Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal.
The Chilean has struggled for minutes under Ernesto Valverde this season, resulting in the player himself recently admitting that he will look to leave the club unless he gets more minutes.
"A lot of games have gone by where I haven't played and this makes me sad," he said. "You have to be objective and live from day to day.
"If by December or when the season finishes, I don't feel important, I will have to make a decision and look for another place to go and be important."
Inter have been heavily linked with a move for Vidal in recent weeks, with it being reported that the club had made the Barça man their number one target following a plea from Conte to sign him.
More recently, the two clubs have also met to discuss a swap deal involving the 32-year-old and Lautaro Martinez.