Inter Have Agreed Basic Salary With Milan Skriniar In Contract Extension Talks But Yet To Agree Add-Ons, Italian Broadcaster Reports
Inter have agreed the base amount for wages on a contract extension with Milan Skriniar, but still have to agree on the add-ons in the deal.
This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, who reported his afternoon via FCInterNews that the Nerazzurri have agreed a basic salary of €6 million net per season with the 27-year-old, but that the player is still asking for more in add-ons.
At the moment the talks between Inter and Skriniar are on standby as the player is on vacation.
However, according to Mediaset, there is already an agreement on a €6 million net per season basic salary.
The Slovakian is well aware that the Nerazzurri will not be able to afford an offer close to the €9 million net per season which Paris Saint-Germain had put on the table.
However, Skriniar still expects performance-related add-ons that would potentially take his earnings higher.
According to Mediaset, a new deal is likely to be agreed at around €6.5 million net per season including add-ons.