Inter midfielder Thiago Motta is keen to understand whether his long-term future will still be with the Nerazzurri.
The 29-year-old’s contract is set to expire in June 2013 and he hasn’t been told if he’ll be offered an extension or not.
“For the moment we haven’t heard from anyone at Inter,” representative Dario Canovi told FC Inter News.
“I know that the club will be discussing the contracts of those whose deals expire in June 2012 in the month of March.
“I hope that they won’t wait until March 2013 to discuss the future of Motta. I know that he still has 18 months left on his contract, but still…”
The Brazilian-born Italian international joined Inter in 2009 from Genoa along with striker Diego Milito.
He’s scored two goals in seven Serie A appearances so far this season. He’s also played in two Champions League games.
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