Sky Sport: Dzeko agrees to two-year contract with Inter, Roma look for replacement



For a second consecutive season Edin Dzeko seems to be destined to leave Roma for Inter Milan. According to Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Sport, the two clubs are working on a deal for the Bosnian striker.

After sitting out last night’s friendly against Real Betis, Dzeko and his agent have reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with the Nerazzurri. With his current contract set to expire next year, Roma want a minimal fee to avoid a minusvalenza.

The two clubs are working to finalize the deal within a short amount of time. With Romelu Lukaku’s medical with Chelsea planned for tomorrow, it is likely that the deal for Dzeko will reach its final stages in the coming hours.

General Manager Tiago Pinto is also working on a replacement that will complete Mourinho’s attack for the upcoming campaign.

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