Montenegrin forward Stevan Jovetic will not be staying at Inter Milan for much longer, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.
The 26-year-old joined the Nerazzurri on an 18-month loan with an obligatory buy-out option at the end of the spell, but that does not mean that he has a future at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Having been far from impressed with his performances this season, the club chiefs will be looking to cash in on the Montenegro international from the moment said clause is activated.
And having agreed to make his transfer permanent for €14.5 million, Inter Milan will even have room to turn a profit in the process.
Stevan Jovetic has failed to kick-start his career in Italian Serie A, having scored just 4 goals in 19 league appearances this season.
He was at Vicente Calderon on Sunday evening, watching the Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal game, but rather than negotiating a move to Spain, Jovetic was in Madrid to meet with close friend Stefan Savic.