FC Porto striker Mehdi Taremi has agreed to join Inter Milan on a free transfer at the end of the season. According to reports, the Iranian forward has already reached an agreement on personal terms with the Nerazzurri. This move follows Inter’s interest in Taremi last summer. The interest came after the breakdown of their contract with Romelu Lukaku. The club opted for the cost-effective signing of Marko Arnautovic in summer.
Despite interest from Inter’s city rivals AC Milan, negotiations between the Rossoneri and Taremi’s representatives collapsed on the deadline day. So this resulted in the striker staying at Porto for the current season. However, Taremi’s contract with the Portuguese club is set to expire at the end of June, prompting Inter to resume their pursuit of the talented forward.
Mehdi Taremi agrees to join Inter Milan on a free transfer
Ongoing talks between Inter and Taremi’s representatives have been progressing for several weeks. With the January transfer window now open, Inter can formally engage in negotiations for a potential deal. While the specific amount remains uncertain, Inter will have to pay a sign-on commission as part of the agreement. The Nerazzurri have presented a three-year contract to Taremi, offering an approximate net salary of €3 million per season. It has the provision to terminate the contract a year early.
Reports suggest that Taremi is inclined to accept this proposal. As he has the eagerness to continue his career at the top level in European football. Despite receiving offers from the Turkish Super League and the Saudi Pro League, Taremi has expressed a clear preference for joining Inter. As the status and appeal of the Nerazzurri if much higher now. This potential move would bolster Inter’s attacking options. Also it would provide Taremi with a promising platform to further showcase his talents in a big league.