Christian Eriksen is set to fly to Italy to undergo a medical at Inter Milan prior to his move to Serie A, per Football Italia.
The two clubs are said to have struck a deal worth €20m (£16.8m) for the playmaker, who is set to travel to Italy on Monday.
He will then undergo his medical and sign his contract with the club, which will run until 2024. Eriksen is set to earn €8m-per-season (£6.7m) which equates to a weekly wage of £129,869.
Inter, per the report, agreed personal terms with Eriksen a while ago but struggled to negotiate a fee with Spurs.
The deal, though, finally appears to be nearing its completion.
Everyone will be happy with this outcome.
First of all, the saga is finally drawing to an end, with Eriksen having first outlined his desire to leave the club in the summer, following the Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.
The Denmark international also gets his move, having made it clear he had no intention of signing a new deal.
Spurs, lastly, receive a fee for a player whose contract was set to expire at the end of the season and Inter bring in a new playmaker to aid their hunt for the Serie A title – they are currently second, three points behind Juventus.
This is one of those rare occurrences in the transfer window; a deal in which everyone wins.