Federico Dimarco is all but certain to rejoin Inter in the summer, according to a report in the Italian media today.
As per Gazzetta.it, Inter have identified Dimarco as an ideal reinforcement at left wing-back in a period where they cannot spend much in the transfer market.
The Nerazzurri are on the verge of reaching a compromise agreement with Hellas Verona, who have agreed not to make Dimarco’s loan move permanent for €6.5 million (as per the clubs’ agreement last summer).
Dimarco will therefore re-sign for Inter at the end of the season, and in return Inter could send Andrei Radu to the Gialloblu (if Marco Silvestri is sold).
Hellas Verona were intending to exercise their option to buy for Dimarco, but Inter’s economic problems have changed the scenario because they need the 23-year-old back in their squad.
Thankfully, the clubs are on excellent terms and this has enabled them to find a new arrangement, which would see Radu move to Ivan Juric’s side if they ended up needing a new goalkeeper.
Dimarco has scored five goals and provided five assists for Hellas Verona this season, having alternated between playing as a left wing-back and in a back three this season.
Inter have very little room for maneouvre in the transfer market this summer and so they must use of whatever options they have, making their former academy talent a perfect solution for Antonio Conte.