Milan Skriniar has reportedly agreed a new contract with Inter until June 2023, worth €3m per season plus bonuses.
The deal should silence transfer speculation around the Slovakia international centre-back, even though it only adds one more year to his current agreement.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Mediaset and more, the 23-year-old will earn €3m plus bonuses per season initially, with the figure set to increase every year.
Inter paid €28m to sign Skriniar from Sampdoria in the summer of 2017 and the 24-year-old defender has developed into one of the best central defenders in Europe.
Credit to Suning for tying Skriniar down with a new deal, instead of cashing in on a €85m+ transfer to the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona, who were both heavily linked with a move for Skriniar for most of the summer.