Inter Milan are reportedly on the verge of announcing new deals for Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Federico Dimarco.

The Nerazzurri management has been working on several contract renewals since the start of the season.

According to Sky Sport Italia journalist Matteo Barzaghi via FcInterNews, Dimarco and Mkhitaryan will be the first two Inter players to sign their new contracts.

As the source tells it, the club has found a full agreement with both players. The only thing that remains missing is the official announcement.

As we reported earlier today, Inter have identified Mkhitaryan’s renewal as a priority.

The club is hellbent on finalizing the operation before the end of the year to take advantage of the Growth Decree.

This rule allows the club to save 50% on taxes related to the player’s wages. However, it will be abolished at the start of 2024. Therefore, the Serie A giants must reach the finish line before the end of the year.

Inter Milan Strike Full Agreements With Henrikh Mkhitaryan & Federico Dimarco

Mkhitaryan joined Inter on a free transfer from Roma in the summer of 2022 and his current deal expires at the end of the season.

On the other hand, Dimarco has a contract running until 2026. Yet, the management would like to secure his services on a long-term deal, thus pushing back the deadline for another two years.

The Italy international is a Nerazzurri life-long supporter and a youth product of the club. He has now established himself as one of the best left-backs in Italy if not Europe.

Moreover, the source expects Inter captain Lautaro Martinez to be the next in line to sign a new contract.