Inter midfielder Nicolo Barella’s market value is higher than ever after his exploits at the Euros with Italy, though the Nerazzurri have no interest in his sale.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who claim that the extension of the player’s contract is on the agenda at the Giuseppe Meazza.

The 24-year-old, brought in from Cagliari in the summer of 2019, has impressed with his performances for the Nerazzurri over the past two seasons, and his qualities were equally clear to see with the national team as the Azzurri lifted the EURO 2020 trophy after winning a penalty shootout with England last night.

In light of the qualities of these performances, Barella’s valuation has risen from the €40 million he was valued at when Inter brought him in from Cagliari, to €60 million.

However, Inter are not interested in listening to offers, and will instead look to renew his contract, raising his salary in order to reward his good performances and keep his head from being turned.