According to Italian website, Calciomercato, both Inter Milan and Chelsea have reached agreement over the transfer fee of Mohamed Salah. The fee said to worth over €20 million, which is a major plus considering the fact that the player didn’t cost the Blues that much when he was signed from Basel of Switzerland.
Salah, who spent the whole of last season on loan to Italian side Fiorentina, is said to have interested the Roberto Mancini tutored side due to his scintillating performances for the Viola during his loan spell. Apart from Inter Milan, Fiorentina are also believed to have made move to retain the player’s services; but recent report indicates that the Egyptian international is set to move to the San Siro stadium this summer.
Meanwhile, the player’s decision to ditch Fiorentina may have angered the management of the Italian side, who claim that Salah had an agreement in place to remain at with them this coming season.
With Forza Italian Football claiming that a fee of over €20-million has been accepted by the Blues, it means the deal is set to be announced by both clubs anytime soon, despite claims being made by Fiorentina.
After failing to impress at Chelsea after joining the club in January, 2014, Salah moved to Fiorentina last January, and helped the team to some highly impressive performances both in the Serie A and in Europe. His loan move to Fiorentina was a part of the deal that saw Juan Cuadrado move permanently to Chelsea in this same window.