Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Federico Dimarco are the two contract extension priorities at Inter Milan this fall.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who report that the pair are the first two players who the Nerazzurri will look to wrap up contract extension talks with before any other players in the squad.

There are a number of players who Inter will be keen to agree new contracts with.

The club already extended the deals of defender Alessandro Bastoni and midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu over the summer. But those are only a couple of situations that Inter have brought up to date.

Key players like Nicolo Barella and captain Lautaro Martinez will be offered new deals sooner or later.

The latter’s agent confirmed today that there are talks underway with the Nerazzurri. And that the Argentine is very keen to stay at Inter for a long while into the future.

But according to Sky, there are two players who are the first priorities before anyone else.

Mkhitaryan & Dimarco The Two Contract Extension Priorities For Inter Milan

First of all, midfielder Mkhitaryan sees his current contract run out at the end of June.

The Armenian remains an integral player in Simone Inzaghi’s team, so Inter will look to put pen to paper on a new deal for him soon.

Inter’s intention is not to wait until things get close to the end of the season.

Rather, Sky report that the Nerazzurri want to accelerate talks with Mkhitaryan in the very near future.

Meanwhile, wingback Dimarco is currently under contract with Inter until the end of June 2026.

Extending the 25-year-old’s deal is not exactly a pressing matter, but the club want to get it out of the way sooner rather than later.

Inter are ready to significantly increase Dimarco’s wages to reflect his growing importance in the team.