Federico Dimarco set for Inter stay, close to renewing


Despite being tipped as one of the favorites to replace Leonardo Spinazzola, Federico Dimarco is set to remain at Inter.

The 23 year-old, according to Italian journalist Nicolò Schira, is close to signing a contract renewal with the Nerazzurri, ruling out the possibility of a summer exit from the club.

Following Spinazzola’s devastating Achilles injury, Roma contacted Inter to discuss Dimarco, expressing interest in acquiring him to replace the former Atalanta man. Inter appeared open to a sale and informed the capital club that he would cost €10 million.

Dimarco spent last season on loan at Hellas Verona and it was a question mark as to whether or not Inter would count on him for the upcoming campaign.

Not long thereafter, though, new manager Simone Inzaghi stressed that he wanted to keep the Italian defender at the club and had no interest in selling him Roma.

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