Reports say Inter will offer new deals to Samir Handanovic, Yuto Nagatomo, Tommaso Berni and Juan Carrizo in January.
An extension for Slovenia international Handanovic has been a long time coming, but Tuttosport writes today that he will be the Nerazzurri’s priority in the New Year.
The newspaper believes that the club have already agreed the details of a new contract for the goalkeeper with his agent Federico Pastorello.
The deal will reportedly be to extend until 2019, with a rise in his annual salary from €2m per season to €2.5m.
The report says that once this agreement is complete, the club will turn to another of Pastorello’s clients, Nagatomo.
The Japan international’s deal is due to expire in June and his future will be discussed after Handanovic, with reserve goalkeepers Berni and Carrizo also set to be handed one-year deals.