Inter will look to extend the contract of Lautaro Martinez in the coming months, with talks over his renewal set to resume once the sale of Achraf Hakimi is completed.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that renewal with the Argentine is not an imminent priority but that the club intend to ramp up negotiations with the player’s agent soon.

The Nerazzurri had been in serious talks with Martinez at one point over extending his contract, set to expire in June 2023, but those discussions stopped after he changed his agent, joining up with current representative Alejandro Camano.

The 23-year-old’s Inter future has been cast in some doubt recently, and the club have primarily focused on other matters in the transfer market the past several weeks, with Achraf Hakimi’s sale to Paris Saint-Germain a major deal which looks set to bring in a sizable fee to the club as they look to meet strict financial targets in the summer.

However, with the Hakimi deal set to be confirmed soon, and the Moroccan sharing an agent with Martinez, it is reported that the club will transition to discussions about the Argentine’s future.

The Nerazzurri will hope that they can quickly pick up where they left off with the player, seriously considering the length and compensation of his contract, and that negotiations will progress in due course.