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'AraGaby Mudingayi has claimed that he has completed his move from Bologna to Serie A rivals Inter.
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.