Denzel Dumfries is one of the many Inter players expected to renew his contract. He’s very much on the same page with the team on the matter. He spoke with SportMediaset after the match between the Netherlands and Greece.
“I’m in good form in this period. The credit goes to the work I’m doing with Simone Inzaghi and the staff. They are helping me improve technically a lot. I thank them for that. Our first goal is to win the title. We’re second. We let it slip through our fingers in the last two years. We can compete for everything but the Scudetto is our main objective.”
Dumfries weighed in on his contract negotiation.
“We’re discussing it. The first conversations with the team have started. My agents are handling them. I feel at home here. I’d surely be happy to stay. Let’s see what happens. I’m focused on the pitch and winning with Inter. My representatives and the management will handle the rest.”
Per La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Dumfries camp is finalizing a two-year extension to tie him down to the Nerazzurri until 2027. His salary will jump from €2.5M to €4M annually. He’ll be backed up by Matteo Darmian in the coming matches because Juan Cuadrado suffered a relapse of his Achilles tendon inflammation. The Colombian veteran previously missed four tilts because of the nagging injury.
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