Lautaro Martinez has agreed on a new contract with Inter Milan, which crucially removes the €111m release clause.
The 23-year-old and his agents have been in daily meetings with the club hierarchy over the last few days to whittle down the details.
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His current deal runs to June 2023, but the new contract would stretch to 2024.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, it’ll be worth €4.5m per season, a distinct improvement on the current €2.5m, but also significantly less than the original pre-COVID €7.5m request.
Crucially, this agreement would seemingly remove the €111m release clause, which has been used to spark transfer speculation around Barcelona and PSG in recent years.