Inter Milan are working on extending the contracts of striker Lautaro Martinez and wingback Federico Dimarco.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCInterNews.

At the moment, the bulk of Inter’s focus is on the transfer market.

With things heating up as the deadline days looms, the Nerazzurri still have a few key pieces of business left to do in order to reinforce their squad for next season.

However, at the same time, the club aren’t neglecting locking down some key players already in the squad.

And two of the players most central to the team as of the past season or two are Martinez and Dimarco.

According to Mediaset, the Nerazzurri are actively in talks to have both pen new deals.

Inter Milan Hard At Work On Lautaro & Dimarco Contract Extensions

As things stand, striker Martinez’s contract with Inter runs out at the end of June 2026.

The former Racing Club striker signed his current deal during the fall of 2021.

However, considering that Martinez has emerged as a key figure both on and of the pitch, Inter want to give the player a new deal which is oriented towards the longer term.

Martinez will be Inter’s new captain next season. He has also been the Nerazzurri’s top scorer in each of the past two seasons.

Therefore, the club will aim to both ward off interest from other big European clubs, and reward Martinez with a wage increase which reflects his growing stature.

Martinez has recently rejected the interest of Premier League sides Arsenal, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur.

Meanwhile, Dimarco is another player whose current deal expires at the end of June 2026.

The 25-year-old enjoyed something of a breakout season for club and country last campaign.

This has attracted transfer interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United.

Therefore, Inter are ready to both lock down the Italian international’s future and reward his improving performances with higher wages.

As with Martinez, Mediaset report, Inter are working to find an agreement with Dimarco on a new contract.