Inter Milan will sign Benjamin Pavard from Bayern Munich after the two clubs reached an agreement in principle over the proposed transfer, according to Fabrizio Romano. Inter are believed to have agreed to pay a €30 million fee for the French national team, as well as small surcharges on top of that.
Pavard has previously been closely associated with a move to the Premier League as Manchester United and Liverpool considered adding to their defensive ranks. However, it looks like the 27-year-old will move to Italy to join the Champions League finalists instead.
Pavard was a product of the LOSC Lille academy and spent three years at VfB Stuttgart before signing with Bayern in 2019. In the four years since, he has made a total of 163 appearances for the club, scoring 12 goals and scoring as many. helps. In addition to the 2018 World Cup trophy and the 2022 World Cup silver medal, his trophy includes four Bundesliga titles, one German Cup, two German Super Cups, as well as the 2020 Champions League, followed by the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club. World Cup.
Understand, Inter and Bayern have reached an agreement in principle to sign Benjamin Pavard 🚨⚫️🔵 #Inter
A €30m deal has been reached, plus an additional €2/3m package agreed between the clubs and the player’s side.
The decisive moment remains: Bayern need his replacement to approve the move. pic.twitter.com/VqLqymmsjE
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 21, 2023