Inter Milan transfer target Thiago Motta has yet to sign a new contract at Paris Saint-Germain, although his future is set to be settled over the coming days.
According to Le Parisien [via Le 10 Sport], Motta will soon make a decision on his future.
The Italy midfielder is believed to be waiting until the end of the season before confirming where he will be playing next season, and while the league campaign has come to an end, Motta and his teammates are still focusing on the French Cup final against Auxerre.
Following this fixture—a match which will decide whether PSG end the campaign with a record-breaking domestic treble—the club’s management will make Motta’s contract situation a priority.
The midfielder has been an influential figure in Laurent Blanc’s title-winning team, but with his contract coming to an end this term, various suitors have emerged for the player.
Roberto Mancini, Inter’s current coach, has admitted that Motta—who he described as a key figure in the club’s history—would be a useful addition to his squad.
The 32-year-old featured 27 times in Ligue 1 this season.