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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Matias Vecino finishes Inter Milan medical ahead of move from Fiorentina

Matias Vecino is all set to sign for Inter Milan after starring at Fiorentina last season.

Uruguay midfielder Matias Vecino has concluded a medical with Inter Milan and is near to completing a €24 million transfer from Fiorentina.

"This is a very special day, as it means a lot to arrive at a club like Inter," Vecino said after completing his tests. "Now I can't wait to get started training, knowing my teammates and starting this new adventure.

"Coming to a club like Inter certainly means something important. I have been in Italy for a few years now, but I think I can give more and will try to do that at Inter. I always gave my best at Fiorentina, so I think we parted on good terms."

New Inter coach Luciano Spalletti is looking to give the club a new identity and purpose following a disappointing 2016-17 campaign that saw the team finish seventh and miss out on Europe.

"It is important that a coach wants you in his team," Vecino added. "My secret, if it is one, is that I always sacrifice myself for my teammates, as that is more important than quality.

"I always played as a central midfielder, but the coach will decide where I fit best."

The 25-year-old Vecino would join playmaker Borja Valero, who also recently transferred from Fiorentina to Inter.

"I saw him yesterday, he's a great guy as well as a wonderful player and we talked about all these things," Vecino said.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

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