Inter owners Suning have no intentions to sell any of the club’s key players due to their ambitions to take Inter back to the top in Italy and compete in Europe too.
“The Zhang family have made their intentions clear since day one. They want to return Inter to the top of Italian Football, as well as being a major contender in European competitions. Therefore, Suning does not even consider selling their best players,” a report from Tuttosport states.
The report also looks at Milan Skriniar’s renewal situation. Ausilio is fully aware of the attention that Skriniar is receiving and it’s for this reason, that after just one season at the club, a contract renewal for an increased salary is already being discussed. As of today, the Slovak earns just over €1.5 million and his contract expires in 2022, giving Inter plenty of time to negotiate.
In fact, after the first meeting with his agent, Karol Csonto, negotiations were frozen until further notice, just as with Mauro Icardi. The club does not feel any pressure and wants to take its time, rather than giving into pressure. Furthermore, the results that are currently being achieved under Luciano Spalletti can be a determining factor in the process of renewals.