Inter and Jiangsu Suning have an agreement in place over the €5 million transfer of attacker Eder but according to transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, the player and Chinese club do not have a deal over personal terms, a report on his website reads.
Di Marzio explains that Eder rejected certain clauses in the contract Jiangsu proposed to him – which could be worth around €13 million per year to him as per other reports doing the rounds currently – although the Sky Sport Italia journalist does not state what the rejected clauses were.
Eder has already underwent and subsequently passed all the relevant medicals ahead of the move that could be completed in the coming hours if the Nanjing club can find an agreement with the 31-year-old Italo-Brazilian.
Eder joined Inter back in the January transfer window of the 2015/16 season from Sampdoria and has since went on to represent the Nerazzurri 86 times across all competitions, scoring 14 goals and making eight assists in the process.
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