Inter will reportedly meet Mauro Icardi in January, to extend his contract until 2023 and raise his release clause to €130m.
The Nerazzurri captain only signed a new deal in October last year, tying him to the club until 2021.
However, there is a €110m release clause in that deal which is considered too low in the current market, especially with interest from Real Madrid.
Now Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that a meeting has been scheduled for the end of January to improve Icardi’s contract.
The striker’s wages will be raised to €7m per season from the current €4.5m, with a two-year extension to his current deal.
In addition his release clause will be raised, with the newspaper reporting it would stand at around €130m after the renewal.