Inter Milan have confirmed that they have completed the signing of Facundo Colidio.
The Serie A giants have announced on their website that they have received the international clearance they needed to formalise the transfer of the 17-year-old, who joins from Boca Juniors on a three-year contract.
According to Marca, Inter paid Boca a fee of around €6m for the young forward.
Here is the statement that Inter recently released:
“Fc Internazionale Milano communicates to have received the International certificate for the transfer on a permanent basis of Facundo Colidio (born in 2000). The Argentine striker signed a three year contract with us as he has already started to train with Stefano Vecchi’s youth squad”.
Facundo Colidio was part of the youth ranks at Boca Juniors in Argentina and has emerged as a bright youth prospect, seen as one of their most promising players.
The forward has signed a three-year contract and has already begun training with Inter.