Inter will be busy tending to numerous extensions in the coming months. Eight players in their squad are up in 2024. Four only technically, as they joined on season-long loans: Emil Audero, Carlos Augusto, Davide Frattesi, and Marko Arnautovic. Only the goalkeeper will have to earn his stay, while the others will be bought out, TuttoSport informs.
Alexis Sanchez, Juan Cuadrado, Davy Klassen, and Raffaele Di Gennaro agreed to short-term deals. The management will assess their performances throughout the season before determining whether they want to keep them in 2024.
Matteo Darmian, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and Stefano Sensi are the other Inter players whose contracts last only until 2024. The former Monza midfielder stayed put but further dropped down the hierarchy and will most likely leave naturally at the end of the season.
The defender opened the campaign as a starter, but that will soon change following the acquisition of Benjamin Pavard. As for the Armenian international, the Nerazzurri concocted a succession plan with Lazar Samardzic, but it went up in flame.
Our Take on the Inter Extensions
Neither of these cases is particularly urgent because their departures for naught wouldn’t be hurtful as they are older players and their valuations are low. Some of the calls will be very late and hinge on the club’s budget. Darmian, Mkhitaryan, Klassen, and Cuadrado should have the most left in the tank.
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