Inter are looking to secure the future of defender Federico Dimarco, with the 23-year-old set to be offered a four-year extension with the club.
This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that Dimarco’s agent Beppe Riso is currently working on finding an agreement on a new deal which would improve the player’s salary from the less the less than €1 million net per season which he currently earns.
Dimarco returned to Inter this summer from a two-season loan spell with Hellas Verona, in which he impressed with his quick development under coach Ivan Juric.
The 23-year-old was deemed to be ready to become a first-team contributor at the Nerazzurri under Simone Inzaghi for this season, with the club deciding to keep him in the squad upon his return.
The defender has already made his first start for the Nerazzurri now, with his appearance against Sampdoria yesterday being marked with his first goal in an Inter shirt, and the club will look to give him a new deal which reflects his status and sees him commit his future.