Antonio Cassano will reportedly receive a healthy €200,000 appearance bonus should he play any part for Inter against Lazio.
The playmaker switched across from city rivals Milan in the summer and was handed a contract that is believed to contain a number of performance-related clauses and bonuses.
Whilst one of these is widely believed to pay out €200,000 should Cassano score or assist a total of 20 goals for the team, the same amount is understood to be due to the player upon making 15 League appearances.
Cassano, who is currently sat on 14 appearances in Serie A for Andrea Stramaccioni’s side this season, could be involved in his 15th game on Saturday in the Nerazzurri’s trip to Lazio.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that the 30-year-old, who just over a year ago underwent minor heart surgery, needs just a minute on the pitch to make sure of the contract obligation.
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