The youngster of Ghanaian descent will be offered a new deal at San Siro that will see him there until 2017
Ghanaian youngster Isaac Donkor is on the verge of being offered a lucrative four-year contract extension at Inter.
According to FcInterNews, the Nerazzuri will be happy to keep the player until June 2017 and that contract will be tabled soon.
The 18-year-old can play in central defense, as a left-back and also as a holding midfielder and has featured six times for the San Siro outfit this season in the Serie A.
Donkor, who holds both Ghanaian and Italian passport, made his Inter debut in last season's Europa League game with Rubin Kazan, but he is yet to be capped at any level by either Ghana or Italy.
He is considered as one of the budding talents of Italian football and has been tipped to lead the new generation of the Inter Milan team as the likes of Zanetti, Cambiaso and others get to the twilight of their career.
Donkor has been regular on the Inter bench this season.