Inter Milan are set to hold the decisive contract extension talks with wingback Denzel Dumfries in the very near future.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInter1908. The outlet also reports that Fiorentina’s Michael Kayode is not a player the Nerazzurri would consider a serious target to replace the Dutchman.

At the moment, Dumfries’s future at Inter still looks very much up in the air.

What is clear is that the former PSV wingback’s contract with Inter runs out at the end of June of next year as things stand.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri will want to either extend Dumfries’s contract, or else sell him.

There have been some talks with the 28-year-old’s agent already. However, so far there has been no agreement on a new deal for Dumfries.

Reports have indicated that Inter have not made an offer that has met the player’s demands.

Therefore, Inter could aim to sell Dumfries during the summer transfer window.

Reports suggest that Premier League giants Manchester United are among the potential suitors for the Dutchman.

Inter To Hold Decisive Contract Talks With Denzel Dumfries Very Soon

As of yet, however, Dumfries’s future hasn’t yet been sealed.

Reports have suggested that the 28-year-old is in no hurry to leave Inter. He would be happy to stay at the Nerazzurri should he be able to come to an agreement on a new contract.

Therefore, everything depends on the next round of negotiations.

And Inter won’t want to delay much longer.

According to FCIN1908, the next meeting between Inter and Dumfries’s representatives will not take place before Friday’s Serie A match against Fiorentina.

However, it will not be long after that match.

Meanwhile, if Inter are to sell Dumfries this summer, the big question will be who comes in to replace him.

The Nerazzurri will certainly want a player to fill the void that the Dutchman’s departure would leave.

Reports have linked Fiorentina wingback Michael Kayode as a possible target in this respect.

However, according to FCIN1908, Inter do not see Kayode as a serious target at this point. The reason being that the teenager still lacks the necessary experience.