Inter are contemplating what to do about the contract situation of midfielder Matias Vecino whose current deal runs out next summer, while the player would like to stay and wants a three-year extension to his contract.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the Uruguayan is ready to commit his future to the Nerazzurri but that now serious agreement has yet been found regarding a new deal.
Vecino’s current deal is set to expire at the end of June 2022, and he could leave as a free agent next summer and begin talks with other clubs about a free transfer as early as January, with Roma and Lazio joining the list of clubs interested in his signature.
Inter are keen to avoid such a situation, and still see the former Fiorentina man as a valuable contributor especially after he did well on his first start of the situation against Bologna over the weekend.
The 30-year-old current earns €2.5 million net per season though he is not reported to have made any requests regarding salary, though a three-year extension is thought to be his goal.
It remains to be seen how the Nerazzurri will deal with Vecino’s situation, but with the club not wanting to lose him for free and the midfielder’s priority remaining at Inter beyond next summer an agreement could be found.