Roma have made another contract offer to Henrikh Mkhitaryan in the hopes of convincing him to extend his contract rather than making the switch to Inter on a free transfer.
This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the Giallorossi have made the 33-year-old an offer of a two-year deal worth €3.5 million net per season plus add-ons reaching €4.1 million per season.
The Giallorossi are determined to try and persuade Mkhitaryan not to accept Inter’s offer, with the Nerazzurri having offered him €4.5 million net per season on a two-year deal.
Inter can offer the Armenian Champions League football, but the Giallorossi have included a clause that if he appears in 50% of matches during the two-year contract, an automatic renewal for a third season will be triggered.
Given that, apart from the targeted €5 million net per seasons, Mkhitaryan is also asking for a three-year deal, this could be a significant factor in his decision.