Inter have agreed a deal to sell Samuel Eto'o to Anzhi Makhachkala, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Inter CEO Ernesto Paolillo reportedly confirmed the sale just hours after president Massimo Moratti said a deal was still being worked on.
Goal.com revealed on Tuesday that talks were taking place between Russian chiefs and Inter's Marco Branca, who later confirmed the news. Eto'o's agent Claudio Vigorelli also said the transfer was almost complete.
The fee is expected to be set in the region of €35 million for Eto'o, with the player picking up a salary of €20m-per-season over the course of a four-year contract.
Wesley Sneijder could be the next to leave Inter after Eto'o with the Netherlands international being strongly linked with a move to Manchester United. Paolillo himself claimed last week that every player at his club had a price.
Nonetheless, Bloomberg claims that no plans are currently in motion to sell the Dutchman despite reports that a fee had been agreed with the English champions.
Paolillo is also said to have claimed there would be no move for Carlos Tevez of Manchester City, despite Inter seeing him as the perfect alternative for Eto'o.