Inter will sit down for contract extension talks with defender Milan Skriniar and Samir Handanovic closer to the end of the season.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the club’s intend is clearly towards renewing with both players and that the talks will determine their futures.
Skriniar’s performance against Juventus over the weekend was only the latest which confirmed that he is a key figure at the heart of the Nerazzurri’s backline, and the club want to keep hold of him.
His current deal runs out at the end of June 2023, but the club want to secure the defender’s future.
In May, they will sit down with the 27-year-old and his representatives, and while a sale cannot be completely ruled out in the event that a massive offer comes along, the player wants to commit to the future in an Inter shirt.
Meanwhile, captain Handanovic sees his current contract expire at the end of June, and while it is not certain that he will renew, the club are holding off on speaking to possible replacements such as Lazio’s Tomas Strakosha and Napoli’s David Ospina as renewing with the captain is the priority.