Inter Milan will begin contract extension talks with wingback Federico Dimarco in the very near future.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Wingback Dimarco has become one of Inter’s key players from his customary left-sided position.

The 25-year-old has been a regular source of assists and goals as well as passing in buildup over the past couple seasons. There are few doubts about how Dimarco fits into Nerazzurri coach Simone Inzaghi’s 3-5-2 system.

Dimarco gave yet another demonstration of how decisive he can be for Inter with his stunning winning goal against Empoli in yesterday evening’s Serie A match away at the Stadio Carlo Castellani.

And there is little question that Dimarco is a player Inter want to build around for the future.

Having been more of a utility option in his first season back at Inter, deputizing for either Ivan Perisic or Alessandro Bastoni, now Dimarco’s position is more well-defined.

Last season the Italian made the left-wingback role his own, holding off the competition of Robin Gosens.

And this season, he starts off as the clear first-choice option over Carlos Augusto.

Inter Milan To Discuss Federico Dimarco Contract Extension Soon

Dimarco’s current deal with Inter runs out at the end of June 2026.

Therefore it is not as though there is any imminent rush to tie him down on a new contract.

But from the perspective of the club, an extension for Dimarco is nevertheless a priority.

The Italian international is not currently anywhere close to one of Inter’s highest earners. Therefore, the sense is that he is due a pay raise to reflect is standing in the club.

Meanwhile, Inter want to add a couple more years onto Dimarco’s deal.

This would send a clear message that the wingback’s future is in a Nerazzurri shirt. That should help to ward off transfer interest.

The likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United have also reportedly shown an interest in signing Dimarco in the last year.

And Dimarco himself has stated that he hopes to extend his deal.

According to the Corriere, it is only a matter of time before Inter begin contract talks with Federico Dimarco. And that time may not be long- the club want to get to it soon.