The future of Chris Smalling remains uncertain as the player draws nearer to the expiry of his contract with Roma.
The Englishman holds a unilateral option to extend his stay in the Italian capital for an additional year, but Smalling is yet to make a decision regarding his own future.
As reported by today’s edition of Il Romanista, Inter have made inquiries with Smalling’s agent in light of his free agent status in June.
The Nerazzurri are reportedly ready to offer the veteran centreback a two-year deal, similar to the one they proposed Henrikh Mkhitaryan at the end of last season.
Roma, however, are not worried about the situation. The capital club are hopeful the defender will choose to extend his current contract until 2024.