Tuttosport speculate on the matter and are reporting the terms they believe will be set on the table for the 30-year-old.
The latter rate would see the penalty expert move up to just below the same level as current squad high earners Nemanja Vidic, Rodrigo Palacio and Hernanes.
The Nerazzurri are just beginning negotiations with the Slovenia international’s representative over an extension to his current deal, which expires in June 2016.
The Turin publication report that La Beneamata will look to extend Handanovic’s contract by two years, to take him to June 2018.
真人外围投注> Inter are reportedly set to offer Samir Handanovic a two-year extension to his current contract and a pay-rise.
It is also believed that the club will look to increase his current salary from its €2m annual rate up to between €2.5m and €3m.