Inter enforcer Esteban Cambiasso says he’ll sign whatever new contract the club may offer him.
The 32-year-old is coming towards the end of his present agreement seeing as that is due to expire in 2014.
A number of the Treble winning side have left the club over the last 12 months, but the Argentine says he doesn’t want to follow them through the exit.
“I’m just thinking about playing,” he told FC Inter News on Friday. “The President knows that we can sort my contract out in 30 seconds.
“As has always happened, they’ll call me in and I’ll sign whatever they want me to,” the 2004 summer signing from Real Madrid continued.
“I’ve spoken to Massimo Moratti. My relationship with Inter can never go bad so we’ll deal with this at the right time.
“I’ll never have problems with Inter.”
Cambiasso reportedly earns €4m a season at San Siro.
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