After reaching the final agreement with Roma over the Politano-Spinazzola swap deal, Inter are set to complete the deal that will bring Ashley Young from Manchester United to Italy. The two clubs are in fact poised to close the deal, as Inter will pay €1.5 million to Manchester United in order to sign the player in January.
The 34-year-old wing-back, who had already agreed on terms with the Nerazzurri and was waiting for the two clubs to reach an agreement, will arrive in Milan between Friday and Saturday. In Conte's tactical plan the soon-to-be former United player will play on the right side, while Spinazzola will play on the opposite side.
Since Inter are set two welcome two new additions for the sides, summer signing Valentino Lazaro won't have much space in Conte's team and will hence be loaned out before the end of the transfer window.