Former Inter striker and current Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has revealed that he will hold talks with Inter regarding Ivan Perisic in the future.

Perisic joined the reigning Bundesliga champions on a season long loan this past Summer and as part of the deal Bayern Munich obtained an option to sign him up on a permanent basis for a sum of €20 million.

Bayern Munich had until May 15 to take up the option but Rummenigge has revealed that after a few games he will speak with Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta regarding the Croatian winger, who has performed well during his time in Bavaria.

“We haven’t talked about it, Perisic has recently come back after his foot injury,” Rummenigge remarked in an interview with Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, which appeared in today’s print edition.

“I have a very friendly relationship with Marotta, so let’s see when he has played a few games, then we’ll talk. Even the player wants to know where he will play. It’s not decided yet.”

The German, who spent three years with Inter between 1984 and 1987, also spoke on the recently announced European Solidarity Cup which will see Inter, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid compete against one another with all funds raised going toward medical facilities.

“I made contacts with my friend Marotta and with Florentino Perez of Real Madrid, proposing a gesture of solidarity towards their countries, in a very difficult moment for everyone, but especially for Spain and Italy, with scenes that scared me more so we decided on a solidarity initiative.”