Inter Milan have moved to bring in Manchester City flop Stevan Jovetic on a year long loan deal, with the option to make the move permanent for £18million next summer, according to the Daily Express.
The Montenegro international only moved to City last year in a £22million deal from Fiorentina, but has struggled to break into the team, which boasts the likes of Sergio Aguero, Alvaro Negredo and Edin Dzeko.
Despite picking up a Premier League and Capital One Cup winners medal in his first season in England, the 24-year-old only made 18 appearances in all competitions, scoring just six goals.
Iner chiefs feel that the player has been unlucky at City, in a season overshadowed by injury, and feel that he proved himself enough in his time at Fiorentina to be a success at the club.
Inter finished in a modest fifth place last season and know that they need to improve the squad in order to compete with the likes of Juventus, Roma and Napoli.
City may be prepared to to take a £4 million hit on Jovetic if it means they recoup £18 million of the money they spent on him.
However, six goals in 18 goals is not a bad return, and City may be hoping that their young forward improves as he settles into life in the Premier League.
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