Inter Milan midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will reportedly ink a new contract extension that will keep him at the club for another two years.
The Nerazzurri are currently working on renewing the deals of several players.
But according to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInter1908, the Armenian’s renewal is the most urgent file. That’s because the 34-year-old is currently running on an expiring contract.
The veteran represented some of the biggest clubs in Europe before joining Inter on a free transfer in 2022. His list of past employers includes Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United, Arsenal and AS Roma.
Mkhitaryan first joined the Beneamata on a two-year deal. But since his arrival at the club, he cemented himself as a pillar in Simone Inzaghi’s 3-5-2 setup.
Therefore, Inter will be looking to maintain the services of the experienced midfielder by extending his contract for another two years and preventing an exit at the end of the campaign.
The source expects the two parties to reach an agreement rather smoothly.
Inter Milan And Henrikh Mkhitaryan Will Extend Their Collaboration With A New Two-Year Contract
Moreover, the Nerazzurri are also working on extending Federico Dimarco’s contract. The left-back has a deal that runs until 2026. However, the club is looking to push back the deadline until 2028.
The report believes the Italy international will see his net salary rise to 4 million euros per season starting next season.
Denzel Dumfries is also in the same boat. The report expects the Dutchman to earn a contract that includes almost similar wages to Dimarco’s.
The Netherlands international is currently running on a deal that expires in the summer of 2025.