Henrikh Mkhitaryan has until tomorrow to decide whether to join Inter or remain at Roma for another season, reports Sky Sport.
The capital club have reportedly given the Armenian veteran a 24h ultimatum and require him to deliver a final response to their offer by tomorrow at the latest.
Roma have offered Mkhitaryan a new contract worth €3.6 million plus bonuses with an option for a second year based on number of appearances (at least half of season’s appearances) and European qualification.
Inter, on the other hand, have put forth a higher bid which exceeds €4 million and represent for Mkhitaryan a chance to play in the Champions League.
At the moment the player is set to decide as his initial request was of €5 million per season.