Vidic's agent compares Inter Milan to Manchester United

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The agent of Manchester United star Nemanja Vidic has reiterated that the defender is just "small details" away from completing a move to Inter Milan.

In an interview with TuttoInternazionale, Silvano Marina confirmed that the Red Devils captain is due to pen a contract at the San Siro soon, following on from Inter owner Erick Thohir's recent comments.

David Moyes will need to replace the soon to be departing Serbian international, with another centre-back capable of emulating Vidic's impressive Old Trafford career.

"The President spoke yesterday, so I don't think there's any need for me to add more," said Marina. "I can confirm what he said. I think we're just missing some details – the little things.

"The lad likes the club. Who doesn't like Inter? They're a huge club all over the world.

"Inter's history is comparable to that of Manchester United and Barcelona. [Nemanja] likes them a lot."

Vidic has enjoyed eight successful seasons at Manchester United, but at the age of 32, has opted to move to Serie 'A' to play out the remainder of his career.

His departure will come as a big blow for the reigning Premier League champions, who are undergoing something of a transition period in the post Sir Alex Ferguson era.

United are currently in a lowly seventh place in the table, and are at risk of missing out on the Champions League next season.

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