After months of speculation, the former Belgium international has reportedly sealed a loan switch to San Siro, bringing an end to four successful seasons at the Dall'Ara
The transfer has not yet been confirmed by either club, but according to Sky Sport24, the former Belgium international has joined the Nerazzurri on loan with a view to a permanent €750,000 switch to San Siro next summer.
Mudingayi, for his part, is looking forward to trying to nail down a regular berth in Andrea Stramaccioni's starting line-up.
"Finally I'm an Inter player," the midfielder told Radio Mana Mana Sport. "The negotiations were four months long.
"I am sure we will challenge for the Scudetto. This can be a truly great showcase for me.
"I don't have anything to do other than be at a high level, making myself available to the coach and team-mates."
Mudingayi, who joined the Rossoblu in 2008, has also previously lined up for Torino and Lazio following his arrival in Italy from Belgian outfit Gent in 2004.