Inter Milan are eager to extend their collaboration with Matteo Darmian and will offer him improved wages.

The 33-year-old arrived at the club in 2020, completing a move from Parma.

Since then, he established himself as a useful player capable of filling several roles.

The Italian is originally a fullback, but since last season, he has been occupying a spot at the back three.

It all started when Milan Skriniar sustained a lengthy injury. Nevertheless, Darmian has proven to be a reliable defender, and he continues to feature as a right centre-back.

His versatility is coming in handy yet again with Benjamin Pavard ruled out for several weeks.

Due to his valiant services, Inter are looking to reward the former Man United player by offering him a new contract. His current deal expires at the end of the season.

Although the defender’s contract includes an automatic renewal clause that allows the clubs to extend the deal for another year for the same salary, Calciomercato believes Inter have other plans in store for the player.

As the source tells it, the Nerazzurri are looking to find a bilateral agreement to extend the player’s deal, one that includes higher wages.

Inter Milan To Reward Matteo Darmian With Improved Wages

This will be the club’s way of recognizing the player’s hardworking ethics over the past years.

Darmian’s impressive displays also earned him a recall from the Italian national team.

Last Friday, he started in the Euro 2024 qualifier against North Macedonia at the Olimpico Stadium. He scored the opener for the Azzurri, paving the way toward a 5-2 victory.