Despite the fact that Inter unilaterally extended defender Danilo D’ambrosio’s contract with the club this week, there is no guarantee that the Italian will remain at the club for next season.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport report that D’ambrosio’s agent made an appearance at Inter’s headquarters wanting to discuss improved salary terms for the Italian given that the extension included a reduction in wages.

An agreement is still said to be pursued by the club, player, and agent that would see the 32-year old who has made 233 appearances for Inter since joining the club in the middle of the 2013-14 season stay on for at least one more season, but the situation may persuade the player to request a transfer elsewhere if financial demands cannot be met.

Given the well-known financial situation at Inter, the club will have to be judicious about who is included in SImone Inzaghi’s plans, and this could mean the departure of players such as D’ambrosio.