Inter will offer Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez a new contract only after he decides to stay at the club, amidst interest from Barcelona, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.

The report details how the Blaugrana are continuing to press for Lautaro, but can’t reach his €111 million release clause. The club are also prepared to give the 22-year-old a five-year contract worth €10 million net per season, a high offer to try and tempt the player to join the club.

Inter would prefer to keep Lautaro but are willing to sell him for €90 million in cash plus one or two players in exchange.

If Lautaro decides to stay in Milan, then Inter will offer him a new contract, the report continues. The Nerazzurri would be happy to increase his wages, which will be almost €3 million for next season, and whilst it’s impossible for them to match Barcelona’s offer, it will still be an important offer.