Manchester City star Yaya Toure is said to have agreed personal terms with Inter Milan over the possibility of completing a £7.5million move, Metro reports.
The 31-year-old is tipped to be part of the squad overhaul set to take part in the upcoming transfer window, with the club preparing to offload a number of players.
City are looking to add more home grown talent into their side, but due to restrictions from the Fifa Fair Play committee, the current champions are prepared to offload some members.
Former club manager, Roberto Mancini, who is now in charge of the Serie A side, looks to have successfully convinced the Ivorian midfielder to complete a move to Italy.
It is believed that Toure has been offered a four-year deal worth about £12.8million and will also be given bonuses if he can help the squad acquire a Champions League spot.
He has been a vital member of the City squad over the past few seasons following his £24million move from Barcelona back in 2010.