Report: Inter Set For Decisive Marko Arnautovic Meeting With Twente

Nerazzurri officials have travelled to the Netherlands this morning to hammer out a deal for the Austrian international.
Marko Arnautovic’s move from Eredivisie club Twente to Italian champions Inter could be made official over the next few hours as technical director Marco Branca has left Milan this morning to meet with his Dutch counterparts, according to Sky Sport Italia.

The reports were confirmed by the player’s agent, Peter Baars, who said, “I’m going to Holland [on Tuesday], along with Inter technical director Branca, to reach an agreement with Twente.”

The 20-year-old striker was in Milan last week to undergo further medical tests to evaluate the condition of his fractured right foot.

He sustained the injury two months ago and it is suggested that he will not be able to return to action before the end of August.

That is why Inter are reportedly trying to sign the Austrian international on six-month loan deal with an option to make the move permanent next January.

Arnautovic has already penned a pre-contract deal with the Beneamata that will keep him at the San Siro until 2014.

Vince Masiello, Goal.com