Dimarco to Be Rewarded with Inter Contract Extension

Federico Dimarco was solely responsible for securing all three points against Empoli, as Inter cruised to a fifth straight Serie A win – a result that makes Simone Inzaghi only the fourth ever manager in the club’s history to register as many opening league wins after Antonio Conte, Roberto Mancini, and Helenio Herrera.

As per Calciomercato, Inter will hand Dimarco a contract extension, and initial contacts have already started taking place between the player and his entourage. The 25-year-old is currently contracted until the summer of 2026 at the Meazza, and although there is no urgency to extend, there is a desire to recognize Dimarco’s growing presence within Inzaghi’s squad.

After the match-winning goal against Empoli at the Stadio Carlo Castellani, Dimarco himself reiterated his intention to stay.

“Renewal? I think there are no answers yet, but I certainly want to renew with Inter,” he said to DAZN.

Dimarco let fly an absolute screamer in second-half as he latched onto a rogue ball and struck a volley into the top corner from outside the box.

Inter chief Beppe Marotta praised Dimarco and stressed on his importance.

“I am very happy for him because he represents a great sense of belonging. We are proud. From the point of view of value, he is constantly growing and I believe he can still improve. We will see each other with our sporting director Ausilio and I would like to talk about an extension rather than of renewal because it means that values ​​such as belonging are found. Maximum respect for Federico.”

He is expected to be rewarded by the Nerazzurri, not only for his loyalty. His performances have also drawn the attention of the Inter management; one goal and three assists already this campaign places him among the top goal contributors so far.

Our Take on Dimarco and Inter

The Nerazzurri youth product has constantly proved to be instrumental in recent seasons for Inter, having last extended his stay during Conte’s reign two years ago. He would rightfully be deserving of a pay rise and contract extension.

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