Italian football club Inter has reached an agreement for the signing of Iranian international striker Mehdi Taremi on a free transfer from Portuguese club Porto next summer.
The reliable sports journalist Fabricio Romano said – today, Monday – in a tweet on the
“A verbal agreement was reached with Taremi a month ago. The term of the deal extends to June 2026, with an option to extend it for another year,” Romano wrote.
On the other hand, Italian website Calciomercato indicated – today, Monday – that the 31-year-old Iranian will receive around 3 million euros per season.
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The verbal agreement with Taremi is in effect a month in advance – the deal is valid until June 2026, with an option to extend it for another year.
Deal is set to be signed🇮🇷 pic.twitter.com/CXVA12jSHS
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) 12 February 2024
The experienced striker was one of the main names on the list of strikers the Italian club wanted to sign last season, but the deal was not completed at the time, as Inter rejected the price requested by Porto in exchange for the player's release. Had done it. ,
The Iranian striker's contract with the Portuguese giant expires next June, and during the current season, Taremi has played 24 matches, scoring 6 goals and providing 4 assists in all competitions.
In addition, the player participated in 11 matches with the Iranian national team (including friendly matches and Asian qualifiers for the World Cup and the Asian Cup in Qatar), scoring 8 goals and providing 2 assists.
If the deal is completed, Taremi will become the first player to sign for Inter, and he is likely to be followed by Polish Piotr Zielinski, who has signed with the Italian league giants on a free transfer after his contract with Napoli expired. Expect to attend. A champion, finishing last season.