Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic will sign a two-year deal at Serie A giants Inter Milan, according to reports in Italy.
The 32-year-old Serbian defender announced in the early hours of Friday morning that he would be ending his eight-year affiliation with the Red Devils.
Vidic, who has been linked with a move to Italy for a number of years, has reportedly agreed a two-year deal with Inter Milan.
Inter's arch-rivals AC Milan and Juventus were both said to be interested in in enticing Vidic away from Old Trafford in previous years, however reports suggest Inter have won the race to sign the Manchester United centre-back.
Vidic would join fellow Serb Zdravko Kuzmanović at the San Siro if Inter finalise a deal to bring the veteran defender to Italy.
The Manchester United centre-back revealed in his statement confirming he would leave the Premier League champions that he would not join another English team out of respect to his current employers.