The Brazilian has moved to Portugal on an initial season-long agreement, with the deal including the option for a €25m transfer to be made next summer
Gabigol has brought a forgettable spell at Inter to a close by sealing a loan switch to Portuguese giants Benfica.
Gabriel Barbosa moved to the San Siro in 2016 in a deal worth €29.5 million and was lauded as one of the most exciting talents on the planet.
He was, however, to struggle for game time in Italy, with a succession of managers overlooking his talents.
Having failed to convince the latest man in the Inter hot-seat, Luciano Spalletti, of his ability during pre-season, the decision has been made by the 21-year-old to take on a new challenge.
A statement from the Serie A club read: “FC Internazionale Milano can confirm that GabrielBarbosa has joined SLBenfica on a season-long loan, with the Portuguese side also having the option to make the deal permanent.”
Gabigol will spend the remainder of the 2017-18 campaign with Benfica, with his deal including the option for a €25m transfer to be pushed through next summer.
The Brazil international will be hoping to see more minutes than he managed in Milan, allowing him to show his true colours.
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He made just 10 appearances for Inter, netting once, but failed to make a single Serie A start.