Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic will reportedly have a penalty bonus clause inserted into his Inter contract.
The custodian is a penalty saving expert and will reportedly be rewarded financially for his spot-kick exploits after leaving Udinese for the Nerazzurri.
The Slovenian is on a basic salary of €2m a campaign, but that will rise if a number of bonus clauses are activated.
Handanovic will not only be compensated for spot-kick saves, but also the amount of appearances that he makes and the number of clean sheets he keeps.
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