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Croatian defender will sign a one-year loan deal and the Italian side will have an option to sign him permanently

Manchester United target Sime Vrsaljko landed in Italy to complete a loan move to Inter Milan.

The Croatian defender will sign for the Serie A side on loan from Atletico Madrid for a £6million initial fee.


Sime Vrsaljko will sign for Inter Milan on an initial one-year loan deal

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And Inter will have an option to purchase the right-back at the end of the season.

Manchester United had been linked with a move for the Croatian who helped his side reach the World Cup final.

Jose Mourinho launched a wide-ranging rant after the 4-1 loss to Liverpool on Saturday with one of his gripes being the lack of signings this summer.

And the Manchester United boss has also been unhappy with his starting right-back Antonio Valencia, saying he reported back to pre-season training out of shape.

The Red Devils are still actively trying to add players to their squad before the transfer deadline next Thursday, according to Mourinho.

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Sime Vrsaljko helped Croatia to the World Cup final where they lost to France

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Sime Vrsaljko helped Croatia to the World Cup final where they lost to France


He said: “I would like to have two more players. I think I am not going to have two, it is possible I’m going to have one.

“I gave a list to my club of five names a few months ago and I wait to see if it’s possible to have one of these players.

“If it is not possible we keep fighting and working and believing in the players that we have.”

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