Inter are prepared to withdraw their contract offer to defender Milan Skriniar if they do not receive a response from him within the next two weeks.

According to Italian television broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, and as reported by, the Nerazzurri are growing increasingly impatient with a lack of clarity from the Slovakia international, as they wait for him to decide whether to commit his future to the club or not.

Skriniar only has six months remaining on his current contract and Inter are keen to keep hold of him, with a €6.5 million per season proposal on the table, including bonuses.

The former Sampdoria defender is yet to decide on whether he will accept it though, with his fondness of Inter being weighed up against the prospect of a more lucrative contract elsewhere.

Inter have set the 27-year-old a deadline of 20 January to get back to them and will withdraw their contract offer if they do not hear from him by then.

Elsewhere, fellow defender Stefan De Vrij is considering a two-year proposal as Inter seek to keep hold of him beyond the summer, whilst wingback Matteo Darmian is close to agreeing a one-year extension.

Danilo D’Ambrosio will be approached in the near future by Inter to discuss a new deal, whilst there is less urgency in negotiating extensions for Samir Handanovic, Roberto Gagliardini and Edin Dzeko, despite all three being set to become free agents in June.