Inter have offered Dries Mertens the chance to move to the Chinese Super League after his contract expires with the Nerazzurri, should he choose to join the club, according to a report from Italian broadcaster SportMediaset aired earlier today.

The report details how the Nerazzurri are keen to sign the 33-year-old Belgian forward, whose contract expires with Napoli at the end of the season. The Partenopei, their fans and their coach Gennaro Gattuso are all trying to convince Mertens to stay in Naples, but it seems unlikely for now.

Inter have offered Mertens a two-year contract worth €5 million net per season, with an option for a third year. There would also be an option for him to join Chinese side Jiangsu Suning at the end of that contract, a team owned by the Suning group, who also own Inter.

Inter striker Romelu Lukaku has spoken to Mertens to try and convince him to join, the report highlights, and coach Antonio Conte has contacted the Belgian to detail his project.