Inter have reached agreements with Borja Valero, Daniele Padelli and Tommaso Berni over short term contract extensions according to a report from Italia broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, which was aired a short time ago.
All three players’ contracts were set to expire with Inter in four days time but they have reached agreements with Inter to extend their contracts for another two months until the end of August.
It does however remain to be seen what will happen with the Spanish midfielder and two Italian goalkeepers past this date.
This season 35-year-old Valero has played a bit part role for Inter and has recently drawn links to French side Bordeaux. He has made 17 appearances across all competitions to date and in just over 900 minutes he has contributed three goals.
Padelli has meanwhile made six appearances and kept two clean sheets in the process whilst reserve goalkeeper Berni has not made any appearances whatsoever.