Inter look to be on the verge of agreeing a two-year deal with Roma midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan on a free transfer this summer.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Nerazzurri are close to agreeing a contract worth €3.5 million net per season although Roma will make one final push to extend his contract.
After the meeting between coach, directors, and President last week outlining the team’s strategy for the summer transfer window, the Nerazzurri have decided that Mkhitaryan’s availability on a free transfer this summer is too significant of an opportunity to pass up.
The club have wasted no time in trying to convince the 33-year-old, and have put a two-year contract offer worth €3.5 million net per season on the table, which the player looks to be convinced by.
The Giallorossi still want to keep hold of Mkhitaryan and have made him one final offer around the same as Inter have put forward, however, and it remains to be seen if he could instead decide to remain in the capital.