Inter are set to meet with Slovakian international defender Milan Skriniar in the next few days for another round of contract extension talks.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who report that the next meeting should take place soon given the optimism expressed by CEO Beppe Marotta that an extension can be agreed by November 13.

Marotta made no secret of his optimism that a new deal can be agreed with Skriniar when asked about the 27-year-old’s situation yesterday, ahead of the Champions League clash against Bayern Munich.

The CEO was confident in saying that he felt that an agreement could be found by November 13, when the team disperse for the World Cup break.

Given how confident Marotta was on the matter, it can therefore be expected that over the next few days, a new meeting will take place, according to Tuttosport.

Inter will be aiming to agree an extension with Skriniar later this month, wasting little time before the World Cup starts.

As such, a new meeting should take place in the coming days where the club could hope to take further decisive steps towards securing the Slovakian’s future on a new deal.