Young Defender Bisseck Completes Transfer to Inter

Inter have officially ushered in their newest defender Yann Bisseck. The German talent underwent the medical tests and put pen to paper Wednesday. He signed a five-year contract that will tie him down until 2028.

Per Goal, the Nerazzurri managed to come to terms with Aarhus rather than exercising a €7M release clause. They will pay such a figure but in three annual installments rather than two. In addition, the Danish team will receive a €500k potential bonus and five percent of a future sale.

Bisseck is the first piece added to the Inter rearguard following the departure of Milan Skriniar. The Slovak has officially joined PSG on a free transfer. La Beneamata wanted Chelsea veteran Cesar Azpilicueta, but he preferred going back to his home country and moved to Atletico Madrid.

The captain of the U-21 German national team debuted in Bundesliga with Koln in the 2017/2018 season. He was loaned out to Holstein Kiel, Roda, Vitoria Guimaraes, and lastly Aarhus in the ensuing campaigns. He blossomed in Denmark and was acquired for €670k last summer.

Our Take on Inter and Bisseck

It’s a deal with very little downside. It’ll be interesting to see whether they’ll find an experienced center-back for cheap or keep Matteo Darmian in such a role, where he was more than adequate, and onboard a prospect to back up Denzel Dumfries.

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