Inter Milan and Cagliari have reached an agreement for the transfer of fullback Dalbert according to Sky Sports Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio. The media personnel confirmed that Inter Milan have agreed to loan Dalbert to fellow Italian Serie A team Cagliari on loan for the new season via his show on Wednesday evening. Di Marzio revealed that Dalbert will join Cagliari on loan from Inter Milan this summer and that the Sardinian club will have the option to sign the player on a permanent basis at the end of his loan deal.

Dalbert, 27, don't have a future at the San Siro and Inter Milan officials have been trying to get him off the wage bill. The Brazilian left-back is expected to leave the club this summer despite the change of manager. Ex-Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi has been named the new Inter Milan manager following the exit of title-winning manager Antonio Conte.

Conte masterminded the first league win at Inter Milan for over a decade in only his second season at the club and he had one year left on his contract by the time of his exit. Conte had to leave Inter Milan after failing to reach agreement with the club owner over transfers. The Italian manager wanted to build on his title-winning squad with quality players while the owner was adamant on balancing the books by selling some of their key players. Moroccan right-back Achraaf Hakimi has moved to French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in a €70m this summer. Hakimi was the first choice right-back for Inter Milan when they won the title.

On Dalbert, he has already rejected an offer from Turkish Super League club Trabzonspor this summer. The player has to accept the terms from Cagliari for his loan move from Inter Milan to go ahead.