Inter are still working on the details of a loan extension for defender Lorenzo Pirola with Monza, with the Serie B club hoping to make his loan deal permanent.

This is according to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, who reports in a tweet that the two clubs have agreed on a clause in the deal to extend the player’s loan stay in Monza that would make the stay permanent for €7 million,

The clubs have also agreed on a buyback clause for Inter, but have not agreed on the contract length or the player’s wages.

The 19-year-old spent last season on loan at Monza, and the club were sufficiently impressed with his performances that they are seeking to bring him to the club for another season and possibly on a permanent basis.

The clubs have agreed to a clause in the contract which would make the player’s stay permanent, which would cost €7 million for the Serie B side to redeem, and a buyback clause is also included should Monza take the player permanently.

Schira’s tweet reads: “#Monza is #Inter have a loan agreement with a right of redemption (€ 7M) and Lorenzo’s buy-back clause #Pirola (born in 2002), but there is still no agreement on the wage adjustment and length of the defender’s contract. Operation to date – despite the many rumors – not yet closed