Internazionale have confirmed the signing of Matteo Darmian from Parma. The Nerazzurri have signed the former Manchester United defender on a season-long loan with an obligation to make the transfer permanent next summer. The clubs have not made any statements on the height of the transfer fee but there have been reports that Inter will pay around €5m for Darmian.
The 30-year-old Italian international returned to Italy after spending four years at Manchester United in the Premier League. He has the ability to play as both a left and a right-back, which makes him a valuable asset for Antonio Conte. The coach and the player have worked together at the Italian national team and are believed to been on the reunion.
Darmian started his career in the youth academy at AC Milan before signing for Palermo in 2010. In 2011 he joined Torino on loan before making a permanent transfer to Torino a year later. In 2015 he was signed by Manchester United before moving back to Italy as he signed for Parma in 2019. After one season at Parma he has now joined Inter.
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