Inter and Federico Dimarco are on the same page concerning a contract extension, which will be finalized soon, and the club is plotting to re-up with Denzel Dumfries as well. The two wing-backs are both in line for a pay bump, La Gazzetta dello Sport relays.
The Azzurri contributor will roughly double his salary, going from €2M to €4M plus add-ons. The sum will gradually increase over the years. He won’t reach the level of the highest-paid players on the squad, but he’ll make a big jump. The parties should put pen to paper by the end of the year. He’s represented by Roc Nation.
On top of Dimarco, Inter have planned to revise the deal of Dumfries. Its current expiration date is 2025. He’s making €2.5M. The goal is to add two more years and raise his wages to €4M plus bonuses. The club will save on taxes on him for a while longer.
The Nerazzurri are in talks also with Lautaro Martinez, but the negotiation will need time considering its magnitude. Henrikh Mkhitaryan is the top priority since his contract ends at the end of the year. The management is trying to agree to a new seasonal one, perhaps with an option, while confirming the current figure, €3.5M annually.
Our Take on Inter, Dimarco, and Dumfries
Despite the buzz about a sale, they are surely operating like a team that has turned the corner financially. More roster continuity would only have benefits.
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