The Frenchman was unable to play for Parma last season due to a heart problem but has now been cleared to continue his professional career
French winger Jonathan Biabiany has signed the a four-year contract with Inter, the Serie A club have announced.
The former France Under-21 international began his professional career with the San Siro side but has had subsequent spells at Sampdoria and Parma.
He was unable to play for the relegated club last term due to a heart problem, but that has not dissuaded Roberto Mancini’s side from snapping him up on a free transfer.
“Inter announce that the French attacker Jonathan Biabiany has signed a four-year contract with the club,” a brief statement read.
The 27-year-old was on the verge of moving to Inter’s city rivals AC Milan last summer, with a deal already announced by the Rossoneri, but another statement revealed that the deal had been called off following his medical.
He was soon diagnosed with a cardiac dysrhythmia – an irregular heartbeat – and Biabiany announced that he was taking an indefinite break from football.
However, he has now been declared able to continue his professional career with the Nerazzurri.