Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic will reportedly sign a new contract which will include a release clause of £64m.
Inter Milan have reportedly taken steps to ward off any future approaches for winger Ivan Perisic.
Throughout the summer, Perisic has been linked with a transfer to Manchester United, but the Croatian wideman eventually remained at San Siro.
According to Tuttosport, that has led to Inter offering a new contract to Perisic as they attempt to secure his long-term future at the club.
It has been claimed that a release clause of £64m will be inserted into the deal, with United having allegedly been unprepared to bid much in excess of £40m for the 28-year-old.
Perisic - who has scored 21 goals in 81 appearances for Inter - is happy in Italy, according to national team boss Ante Cacic.
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