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Federico Dimarco on verge of signing new deal with Inter

Inter Milan player Federico Dimarco is closing in on a new deal with the club recently. The negotiations with respect to the player’s new deal are in progress over the past few days. The player who had joined Inter Milan back in 2019 is all set to sign a new deal with the Italian club soon. The player’s contract extension is a done deal as per the confirmations of several sources.

Federico Dimarco to extend his stay at Inter Milan

Fabrizio Romano via his official revelation let everyone know that Federico Dimarco’s new deal at Inter Milan is soon going to be sealed. The club shall be advancing on Dimarco’s new deal talks very soon. Inter CEO Marotta said,“Dimarco represents our club’s identity, he’s excellent player — we’re proud to have him and talks to extend his contract will take place very soon”.

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Federico Dimarco who was born in 1997 began his senior career with Italian club – Inter Milan in the 2014/15 season at the age of 17. He spent he following two seasons on loan at Ascoli and Empoli respectively. After having played for Sion in the Swiss league throughout the 2017/18 season, he joined Parma on loan the following year. It was in 2019 that he made a move to Inter again. The full back has played over 100 matches for the club so far and is on his way to represent the club even further in the upcoming times.

Inter Milan have been in great form lately. The side finished third in the league last season. With 73 points in 38 matches, the team cemented it’s place in the upcoming season’s Champions league. The team also finished as runners up in the Champions’ league last season.

The motto for the Nerazzuri nowon will be to perform well in the ongoing league season and deliver impactful performances in the champions league as well. The onus will be on the team’s star players including Federico Dimarco to help the side achieve its objectives.

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