Inter Milan have signed Man City reject Stevan Jovetic after turning down the chance to re-sign former striker Mario Balotelli.
According to the Metro, the Italian club had been offered the chance of a reunion with Balotelli, but they opted to turn it down in favour of looking elsewhere.
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While questions remain over the future of the Italian international given his time at Anfield looks over, Jovetic will now look forward to returning to Serie A where he initially shone for Fiorentina.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini has been busy in the transfer market this summer to strengthen his side and ensure that they are competitive, and Jovetic will be seen as a key part of that rebuild.
“FC Internazionale announces that it has reached an agreement with Manchester City for the transfer of Stevan Jovetic,” the club noted on their official website.
“The Montenegrin striker has signed a contract with the Nerazzurri until June 30, 2019.”
Details of the transfer have not been disclosed, but it is widely reported that it is an 18-month loan deal worth around €3m with a mandatory €12m to follow.