It appears that Leicester City and Inter Milan are changing the deal taking Stefano Sensi to the King Power Stadium.

What originally appeared to be a direct transfer for the midfielder is now a loan, if the latest from Italy is to be believed.

FC Inter News are the ones pushing the story, explaining that Monday ‘could be a crucial day’ for Sensi’s move to Leicester in order to play under Enzo Maresca.

That’s because the two clubs ‘will talk again’ to put the final details on the deal, with the belief that it will be a paid loan worth €500k, with €2m to be paid by Leicester to Inter all depending on whether the Foxes make the leap back up the Premier League come the end of the season.

This is a bit different to the €1m up front the Championship side were initially meant to pay, with the remaining €1m to be paid upon promotion.

It seems Inter have managed to wrestle a bit more money out of Leicester, as going back up the Premier League appears well within the realms of possibility, considering Maresca’s team currently sit top, seven points ahead of Ipswich Town after 28 games.