Should Inter manage to qualify for next season’s Champions League, manager Luciano Spalletti will be rewarded by Inter’s owners Suning according to a report from Tuttosport.
The Turin based newspaper report that alongside a new and improved contract, Suning will give Spalletti a re-union with a player he formerly managed at Roma in Kevin Strootman.
The Dutch midfielder has a €45 million release clause in his contract making him a somewhat simpler target over other players currently linked to Inter such as Bayern Munich’s Arturo Vidal due to his fixed price.
Strootman appears to have put a few years of injury hell behind him, playing no less than 34 games across all competitions for the Giallorossi this season, scoring once and helping assist once also.
The 28-year-old has been linked to Inter for quite some time and was subject to interest in the summer but Inter could not find a deal with Roma at the time.