Stevan Jovetic was seen as one of the raising stars in European football back in the 2011-12 season when he played for Italian side Fiorentina.
But since his move from the Italians to Manchester City, it's all seemed to have gone wrong for the 25-year old Montenegrin.
He has only managed eight league goals in just 30 games. He scored his first goal for Manchester City against Wigan Athletic playing in the League Cup, but he had to wait almost six months before he scored his first Premier League goal back in January 2014 against Tottenham.
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Injuries and poor performances laid the path for he's early exit, but the final straw came when Wilfried Bony was signed.
After the Ivorian's arrival, Jovetic was dropped from their Champions League squad to make room for Bony.
Man City confirm deal
Jovetic reacted by saying: "The manager has killed me with this decision". But now Jovetic has a chance to get his career back on the right tracks.
Manchester City announced on Friday that they had agreed a deal with Italian side Internazionale. A deal that would send the troubled striker back to the country where he made his name.
"We are pleased to announce the arrival of Jovetic. This is another important player for our team, a dynamic player that will add even more value to our attack," said Inter president Erick Thohir. "Mancini will get the best out of him. Welcome Stevan and Forza Inter."
Jovetic moved to the blue side of Manchester for an estimated £18.8 million back in 2013, but two years later he finds himself back in Italy - albeit on loan.