Inter striker Lautaro Martinez’s agents, Beto Yaqué and Rolando Zarate, are currently in Milan and may meet Inter CEO Beppe Marotta and Sporting Director Piero Ausilio to discuss a possible contract renewal, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
The report details how the agents are in Milan to watch the Nerazzurri’s Champions League clash against Barcelona next week but may also have an impromptu meeting with the two Nerazzurri managers in order to discuss a possible contract renewal for Lautaro. However, the discussions aren’t likely to take place before the vital game, as coach Antonio Conte doesn’t want any reason for the Argentine striker to be distracted.
Furthermore, Inter are in no hurry to renew Lautaro’s contract, the report highlights. His current contract expires with the club in 2023 and he is currently earning around €2.5 million net per season, including image rights. The club would prefer to wait until the end of the season in order to iron out a new deal, in order to ensure a successful negotiation. Also, the Nerazzurri aren’t concerned about the €111 million release clause in his contract, as they believe Lautaro is happy at Inter and isn’t thinking about joining another club.