Danilo D’Ambrosio could well decide to leave Inter in the summer, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As per Gazzetta.it, D’Ambrosio is disappointed that Inter have not made a greater effort to tie him down to a new contract, with his current deal set to expire in the summer.
Roma, Monaco, Fiorentina and AC Milan have all made moves towards the defender, who has been at Inter since 2014, and the Rossoneri are thought to be a particularly appealing option.
D’Ambrosio is very happy in Milan with his wife and children, although everything remains a work in progress regarding his future.
Inter all but agreed a one-year contract extension with D’Ambrosio back in January, which would have maintained his €2.4 million annual salary and his option to extend for a further season (through to the summer of 2023).
The Nerazzurri had nobody on hand to authorise the deal though, as it came in the middle of their most serious off-field issues, and so nothing was agreed.
D’Ambrosio’s agent registered his frustration with Inter in the last few days and now the 32-year-old is considering the possibility of leaving.
Time is running out to reach an agreement with the defender, who has made 22 appearances in all competitions under Antonio Conte this season.