Italian giants expect to tie up January loan deal for former Chelsea star Ramires
Ramires is set to return to Europe
Inter Milan are confident of completing a January loan move for former Chelsea midfielder Ramires.
The Brazilian is currently plying his trade for Chinese side Jiangsu Suning but he wants to return to Europe.
Inter are interested in signing the Brazilian, who played for Chelsea from 2010 to 2016, but they are restricted by Financial Fair Play regulations.
It means the San Siro club cannot land Ramires as part of a permanent deal but, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, they are growing confident he will join on loan.
Inter are in talks with Jiangsu Suning and negotiations are said to be progressing well over a deal for the 30-year-old.
It is reported Inter will sign Ramires on loan, with an obligation to buy him outright in the summer.