Porto winger Ricardo Quaresma is set to put pen to paper on a five-year deal at Inter after the two clubs came to an agreement reported to be in the region of 22million euros.
Quaresma will have a medical at the Serie A champions on Monday and complete his move to the Serie A champions in a swap deal that will see Pele move the other way.
The 24-year-old has been linked with a move to the San Siro all summer and Quaresma's agents Gestifute confirmed a deal had been done in a statement released on Sunday night.
"Ricardo Quaresma will be a Internazionale player and Pele will represent Porto," it read. "The transfer of the Porto number seven to Jose Mourinho's team is complete, in a deal that involves the sale of Pele to the Portuguese club.
"The agreement between the two clubs was completed this Sunday and driven by Jorge Mendes, owner of Gestifute."
The statement added that both players would have medicals at their new clubs on Monday before completing their moves on transfer deadline day.
Source: Sporting Life