Inter have offered a one-year contract extension to Serbian defender Aleksandr Kolarov with Bologna also said to be very keen on signing the player.
Italian news outlet FCInterNews report that the 35-year-old has been offered an extension for another season at the Giuseppe Meazza, but with his salary cut in half, at €1.5 million net per season as opposed to the current €3 million net per season.
Bologna are said to be offering the player the same wages as the Nerazzurri, with an option to extend a further season, but with Bologna Sporting Director Walter Sabatini and manager Sinisa Mihaljovic hoping they can convince the player to join the club.
Inter are expecting a response to the renewal offer this week, with the player set to decide on his future in the coming days.
Meanwhile, it is also reported that no offers have come in for Nerazzurri midfielder Matias Vecino.
It is thought that the Uruguayan is a part of manager Simone Inzaghi’s plans but that there is interest in him from clubs in Serie A and elsewhere, but none has come in the form of a concrete offer thus far.