Inter are hoping that they can obtain a discount on the €4 million clause to terminate the contract of midfielder Arturo Vidal this summer.

This according to Italian news outlet, who report that the Nerazzurri will look to try and convince the 35-year-old to leave for a severance payment of less than the clause specified in his contract.

Vidal’s contract contains an option to extend for one further season beyond this summer, but the Nerazzurri can decline to trigger it by paying a €4 million payment to the midfielder as specified by a clause in the deal.

This would still allow the Nerazzurri to save on the sizable wages that the Chilean earns and so they will almost certainly terminate his deal one way or the other, but they will attempt to convince him to accept a lower payment in order to terminate his contract as he looks bound for a new club.