Inter are hoping to get the contract extension of midfielder Marcelo Brozovic by the end of the year.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri will meet with the Croat’s representatives after Tuesday’s match against Real Madrid, and that they could announce an extension by Christmas.
There is growing optimism around Brozovic’s situation at the Nerazzurri, with the player reportedly hoping to quickly agree on a new deal as well as the club.
The club are offering €5.5 million net per season plus add-ons on a new deal that will extend the midfielder to 2026, while the player’s demand stands at around €6 million.
There is, however, a strong will from both parties to reach an agreement and they should be able to come together on a contract soon.
The Nerazzurri will meet with Brozovic’s representatives sometime shortly after the team face Real Madrid in the Champions League to progress talks.
The meeting is not likely to be the decisive one, with a number of matters left to discuss, but it now looks that the agreement is on the horizon with both parties optimistic.