Inter are ready to meet Milan Skriniar’s financial demands in a bid to tie him down to a new contract, but will need to make up the difference through add-ons.

According to Italian television broadcaster Sport Mediaset, and as reported by, the Slovakia international has requested €7 million per season in order to extend his contract, which is due to expire in June 2023.

Whilst Inter are not able to meet those demands through wages alone, they are working on a structure that would see Skriniar earn less through his salary, but make up for the shortfalls in performance-related bonuses and other add-ons.

The defender joined Inter from Sampdoria in 2017 and has established himself as a key figure at the club, going on to make 235 appearances for the Nerazzurri in all competitions.

Skriniar’s most recent contract was signed in 2019, and the 27-year-old would become a free agent at the end of the campaign unless Inter are able to reach an agreement for an extension.