Zinho Vanheusden will sign a four-year deal with Standard Liege when he completes his move from Inter, according to reports in Belgium.
Inter are widely expected to agree a deal with the Belgian club for around €20 million, allowing the Nerazzurri to record a capital gain which will help them comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.
Dhnet.be today reported they will be granted a buy-back option for the 19-year-old which allows them to bring Vanheusden back at the end of the next two seasons.
Should Vanheusden still be a Standard Liege player on 1 July 2021 he will then be entirely under their control.
Reports elsewhere on Friday suggested Inter will also send midfielder Xian Emmers on loan as part of the deal, having brought him back from his spell with Cremonese in Serie B.
Vanheusden has spent the last 18 months on loan with Standard but his game-time has been limited due to two serious injuries.
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