Inter has announced that Federico Dimarco has put pen to paper and signed a contract running until June 2026 with the Nerazzurri. His previous deal ran to June 2023 and was at a salary of less than €1 million. The new contract reportedly gives the Italian defender a wage of €1.5 million annually.
MILAN – FC Internazionale Milano is pleased to confirm that an agreement has been reached to extend Federico Dimarco’s contract with the club. The 24-year-old’s new deal is set to run until 30 June 2026.
In his first season back from a two-year spell at Hellas Verona. Dimarco has made 24 appearances and notched 2 goals and 2 assists, making the pitch in all but one of Inter’s outings for a total of 1,009 minutes. He’s made 9 total starts and is a frequent contributor off the bench, entering the action as a sub on 15 occasions. His playing time has fallen off slightly in recent weeks, however, and his last start coming back on December 1st. Nonetheless, Dimarco has shown himself to be a more than capable depth piece, deputizing as both the left wingback and center back. He’s unlikely to lock down a starting role at the Meazza but having reliable options off the bench is crucial, and Dimarco more than meets the requirements.