Inter are reportedly monitoring Franck Kessie’s situation in Milan and could try to steal him from the Rossoneri when his contract expires next year.
Kessie has a contract until June 2022 and after losing Gianluigi Donnarumma and Hakan Calhanoglu this summer, Milan has made it a priority to renew Kessie.
Tuttosport reports that the former Atalanta midfielder has not yet reached an agreement with Diavolo, despite ongoing talks with the club.
The Rossoneri want to close the deal as soon as this summer, to avoid another complicated situation such as those with Donnarumman and Calhanoglu this year.
But the newspaper points out that there is a big gap between supply and demand, as Milan has offered 3.8 million euros to Kessie, who now earns 2.2 million euros per season.
His agent is said to have demanded 6 million euros and Tuttosport reveals that Inter are monitoring the situation of the 24-year-old in Via Aldo Rossi.
Should Milan fail to renew with the player, the Nerazzurri could try to snatch him from the Rossoneri after a year, as they did with Calhanoglu.
But Milan consider Kessie necessary and would do everything possible to keep the Ivory Coast international in Milanello.