Talks between Inter and the players regarding a salary cut have been postponed according to a report in today’s print edition of Tuttosport.

Salary cuts have been a hot topic since the 2019/20 Serie A season was brought to a halt close to two months ago as a result of the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic and whilst the likes of Juventus, Roma, Parma and Cagliari have reached an agreement with their players, the majority of Serie A clubs, including Inter, are yet to do so.

The reason for the talks stalling between Inter and their players is because of there being far too many variables out there which could change things such as the return to training and the resumption of the season. Once there is clarity on whether or not the season will resume and if so when, then talks between the club and the players will resume regarding reducing salary.

According to the report, Inter captain Samir Handanovic has on behalf of the Inter players already informed the club that they are open to reducing their wages and to hold these talks when the club wants to.

The report from the Turin based newspaper goes on to add Inter have told the players that talks will resume again when there is more clarity on what will happen.