Hakan Calhanoglu was officially announced as an Inter player on Tuesday, completing his switch from neighbours AC Milan, reports AFP. "The 27-year-old midfielder has signed a deal with the club lasting until 30 June 2024," said Inter Milan. The German-born midfielder was a free agent after last season and wasted little time completing his move after Turkey were eliminated from Euro 2020 on Sunday. Inter won Serie A for the first time in more than a decade in May, but since then the club has been enveloped in uncertainty. Calhanoglu is the first signing since the appointment of Simone Inzaghi to replace the departing coach Antonio Conte. AC Milan, who finished second for their best Serie A finish since 2012, also seem certain to lose another free agent, Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, who is reported to be on the point of joining Paris Saint-Germain.