Annual salary of 7.5 million euros! Inter plan to renew Lautaro for 5 years This season, the form of 5 goals in 3 games has exploded
On September 7, Beijing time, Inter News Network broke the news that the Nerazzurri will try to sign a five-year contract with a weekly salary of up to 7.5 million euros with captain Lautaro Martinez. Lautaro's current contract expires in the summer of 2026 and he now earns an annual salary of 6 million euros after tax.
With the departure of veterans such as Handanovic and Brozovic, Lautaro is expected to become Inter's new captain this season. In the first three rounds of Serie A season, the Argentine forward showed excellent form, covering 5 of all 8 goals of Inter, leading the Nerazzurri to win all 3 games and lead the standings without losing 1 goal, which can be described as bursting form, and his leadership on the field is also impressive.
In today's German transfer market, Lautaro Martinez is worth 85 million euros, and in the summer of 2018, Inter paid only 25 million euros to recruit him. His arrival is also seen as a successful deal for the Nerazzurri in the last 10 years. To date, Lautaro has played 240 games for Inter in all competitions, scoring 105 goals and providing 36 assists, leading the team to one Serie A title, two Coppa Italia titles and two Italian Super Cups, and reached the Champions League final last season. Although Inter lost 1-0 to Manchester City, Lautaro's performance was widely recognized.
In fact, during his years with Inter, Lautaro was also favored by European giants such as Barca, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Real Madrid, but he finally chose to stick to Meazza. Compared to Romelu Lukaku, who released Inter pigeons this summer because of his high salary, Lautaro's persistence is even more precious. This is the most important reason why Inter want to renew his contract.
It should be noted that Serie A's salaries are based on after-tax basis, which also means that the annual salary after tax of 7.5 million euros will reach 15 million euros before tax. When you look at European football, that's not a small number. It can be said that Inter have shown full sincerity in the matter of renewing their contracts. As for what kind of response Lautaro will make, I am afraid there is no suspense.