Ivan Perisic will base his decision on whether to extend his contract at Inter past the end of the season on the offers that he has available to him.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the 33-year-old is ready to consider a stay past the summer, but that he is still waiting to see what other offers come in.
The Nerazzurri’s contract talks are on standby as the team look to focus completely on the pitch without distractions during the run-in of the season.
However, as contract talks begin to ramp up again the Croat will be one of the first players whose situation the club look to get resolve.
Perisic currently earns a net of €5 million per season at Inter and will not want to see this salary reduced much, whilst the player and club must also work out the duration of a contract with the 33-year-old still holding out for a two-year deal.
Inter will be ready to try and make a push to sign a new deal with the Croat given his outstanding form this season and continued importance to the team.
However, they could have to wait until the player considers all offers, as he will be aiming to find the best solution for what is likely to be his final major deal as he considers his future.