Inter Milan directors had a busy day in Madrid, which also included meetings with the agents of Simone Inzaghi and Nicolo Barella.

Sadly for the Serie A leaders, they have exited the Champions League from the Round of 16 following dramatic penalty shootouts against Atletico Madrid.

But while the Nerazzurri players came short on Wednesday night, the management found more success during the day.

As we reported this morning, Inter held a meeting with Alejandro Camano who represents Lautaro Martinez.

The Italian giants raised their salary offer which should result in a breakthrough.

But that’s all, as Tuttosport (via FcInterNews) reveals other significant summits during the day.

The source reports a meeting between the club’s officials and Tullio Tinti who acts as the agent of Inzaghi as well as other players.

The Nerazzurri are looking to extend the manager’s deal, as his current contract will expire in the summer of 2025.

Despite last night’s elimination, the 47-year-old has been enjoying a positive campaign. He’s currently leading the club towards what appears to be an imminent Scudetto triumph.

The report expects the two parties to reach a happy ending.

Inter Milan Discussed New Contracts With the Agents Of Simone Inzaghi & Nicolo Barella

Moreover, the Turin-based newspaper reveals a separate summit between the Inter directors and Barella’s agent Alessandro Beltrami.

The Italian midfielder has a contract until 2026. However, the two parties are working on a renewal until the summer of 2028.

Tuttosport expects the new deal to include a wage increase which could be directly linked to the club’s results.

The club’s improved profits suggest that the hierarchy will be able to afford a higher wage bill.

Moreover, Barella’s will is playing a significant role in advancing the negotiations. The 27-year-old would love to stay and cement himself as an Inter Bandiera.