Inter defender Milan Skriniar will not extend his contract with the Nerazzurri unless they raise their offer to €6.5 million net per season plus add-ons.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the 27-year-old expects an offer equivalent to what midfielder Marcelo Brozovic earns if he is to extend his contract, and that no new meetings are scheduled for the immediate future.
Inter are still waiting for Skriniar’s response to their offer, which is worth €6.5 million net per season including all add-ons.
According to FCInterNews, the reason that the Slovakian former Sampdoria defender has not yet responded is principally that he wants the club to go higher in their offer.
The defender has not made the decision to join Paris Saint-Germain who are offering €9 million net per season, nor does he expect the Nerazzurri to make an offer as high as the ones that the Parisians have put on the table.
However, the player is expecting Inter to bridge the gap at least somewhat.
FCInterNews report that, from the €6.5 million including add-ons that Inter have put on the table, Skriniar and his representatives expect an offer of €6.5 million as a base amount before any add-ons are factored in.
This is around the amount that Inter agreed with midfielder Brozovic when they extended the Croat’s contract last spring.
As such, the Slovakian could be swayed to extend his contract with the Nerazzurri still, and his continued delay is partly the result of his hope that the Nerazzurri will make more of a financial push to convince him.
However, FCInterNews report, there are not any meetings between inter and the player’s representatives scheduled for the immediate future, and unless the club raise their offer then they would only receive a negative response.