Ashley Young is set to join Inter after Manchester United agreed a fee to sell the experienced full-back.
It is believed the transfer will cost the Serie A giant €1.5million (£1.3m), subject to a medical and personal terms.
Young joined United from Aston Villa in 2011 and made 261 appearances, scoring 19 goals.
The 34 year-old won four major honours for the Red Devils, including the 2012-2013 Premier League, although the emergence of youngster Brandon Williams has placed him further down the pecking order this season.
During his time at Old Trafford, Young converted from a winger to a play in deeper wide roles and he was Gareth Southgate's first choice at left wing-back as England reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup.
The 2-1 extra-time defeat to Croatia in Moscow remains the most recent of his 39 international caps, which have yielded seven goals.
Young's move will continue a recent flow of players from Old Trafford to San Siro, with Alexis Sanchez signing for Inter on loan last August after fellow forward Romelu Lukaku completed a permanent switch.
Meanwhile reports have emerged the ambitious Serie A club has also secured the services of French World Cup-winner Giroud from the Blues.
The oft-maligned Former Gunner striker has been the subject of frenzied Summer transfer speculation, with Chelsea manager Frank Lampard giving his blessing for the 33 year-old to move on from the club, should the right offer emerge.
Inter is believed to have agreed a €4.5m fee for the striker.
Under the guidance of former Italy and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, the Nerazzurri are chasing their first Scudetto since 2010 and lie second in Serie A – two points shy of champion Juventus at the halfway point of the season.