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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Inter Milan sign Valencia's Joao Cancelo on season-long loan

Gab Marcotti previews the upcoming Serie A season with his predictions for the top four and the Scudetto winner.
Steve Nicol believes the manner in which Inter Milan have kept suitors away from Ivan Perisic is a model for other clubs to follow.

Valencia right-back Joao Cancelo has joined Inter Milan on a season-long loan with the option of a permanent transfer next summer.

Cancelo, 23, had a medical with the Nerazzurri on Monday and will wear the No. 7 shirt at San Siro.

He spent three years with Valencia, the first of which was on loan from Benfica, making 91 appearances.

"Inter represent a step forward in my career," he told the club's official website. "It's an historic club and I hope to grow here, contributing to the project. I hope to win a trophy this year.

"The aim is to settle in as quickly as possible, then we'll try to fight for the Scudetto.

"I am a player who likes to help his teammates and I'll give my all for Inter. I arrive with the belief I can do well and am ready to give my best for this jersey."

Inter midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia moved in the opposite direction in a similar loan deal on Monday.

Portugal international Cancelo follows Milan Skriniar, Borja Valero, Matias Vecino and Dalbert in joining Luciano Spalletti's side this summer.

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