Matías Vecino has made only one start for Inter in 2020 as he isn’t included in Antonio Conte’s core plans at the San Siro.

Everton have been credited with an interest in the 28-year-old and over the weekend, Gazzetta dello Sport reported he has said yes to joining the Toffees.

On January 27th, the same newspaper explained the ‘negotiations are well underway’ between the two clubs for the Uruguay international.

Calciomercato brings an update on the situation and they state Carlo Ancelotti has long rated the midfielder and therefore, the Serie A side have re-established relations with the Merseyside club’s management through the player’s agent.

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It’s claimed Inter are now waiting for a ‘formal offer’ from Everton for the South American. The Nerazzurri have slapped a €25m asking price for Vecino, but the price is negotiable.

Elsewhere it’s been claimed this figure has dropped to €20m.

The website adds ‘work is in progress’ and if the right offer arrives at the San Siro, then the Italian side will sanction Vecino’s sale and try to bring in a new midfielder.