Finally, it is official ÔÇô┬áHernanes┬áhas signed for Inter from┬áLazio┬áon a four-and-a-half year deal.
Having completed his medical with the┬áNerazzurri┬áearlier this afternoon, fans have been waiting all evening for an official announcement.┬áAnd with minutes of the January transfer window left, the San┬áSiro┬áoutfit have confirmed that the Brazilian┬áplaymaker┬áhis signed from the capital outfit until 2018.
A statement on InterÔÇÖs official website read:┬áÔÇ£F.C.┬áInternazionalewishes┬áHernanes┬áa very warm welcome to the club. The Brazilian midfielder’s transfer from S.S.┬áLazio┬áhas now been completed and all the paperwork filed with the┬áLega┬áSerie┬áA.
ÔÇ£Born in Recife on 29 May 1985, Anderson Hernanes De Carvalho Viana Lima has 23 caps and two goals to his name with the Sele├º├úo. He also won the 2013 Confederations Cup with Brazil.┬áAmong his honours at club level, he boasts two Brazilian championship titles with S├úo Paulo (2007, 2008) and a Coppa Italia with Lazio (2013).
ÔÇ£Hernanes has put pen to paper on a four and a half year deal that runs to 30 June 2018.ÔÇØ