The future of Henrikh Mkhitaryan is to be determined in the coming hours or days, reports Sky Sport, as the Armenian attacker is currently evaluating the two proposals from Inter and Roma.
After three years at the capital club, Mkhitaryan entered free agency and was immediately approached by Inter’s Beppe Marotta with an offer of a two-year contract worth over €3.5 million.
In the meantime, the Giallorossi put forth an offer with bonuses included and a clause involving an additional year based on the number of appearances.
Mkhitaryan is now taking into consideration both proposals. On the one hand, Inter are deemed favorites as the Nerazzurri will compete in the Champions League next season and other top objectives including the Scudetto.
However, Roma are reportedly not too far behind as Mkhitaryan loves life in the capital and has enjoyed his prominent role in the team as well as the reunion with former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.