Kwadwo Asamoah will join Inter at the end of the season after rejecting a new contract with Juventus.
The Ghanian International has been at the Bianconeri since 2012 and has been a key-player for the club as has helped guide La Vecchia Signora to five consecutive Scudetti since arriving from Udinese in 2012.
Asamoah has fell down the pecking order for Allegri this season as he has only appeared 20 times in all competitions for Le Zebre.
The 29 year-old’s contract with La Signora expires in June, meaning he can leave the club for free if he chooses to not sign a new contract.
Juventus Chief Executive Officer, Beppe Marotta, has offered Asamoah a new contract as he believes that he can be an important player for squad depth but the full-back wants to play regular football and has decided to reject the contract and move elsewhere in the summer.
Gazzetta dello Sport has reported that the former Udinese man will be playing his football with Juventus’ rivals Inter next season.
Asamoah has apparently agreed a three-year-contract with the Nerazzurri which will see him earn a wage of €3.5 million a season.