La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Mar 12, 2005
- Favorite Player
- Denzel Dumfries
10 years of FIF
Only Lautaro, Barella, Bastoni, De Vrij, and Alexis are left in the team since that final of 2020, pretty crazy.
2026? No rush Knowing Marotta this discussion will drag on until the end of the season - at least.Federico Dimarco has become a key figure in the Inter squad and is one of few homegrown players, but according to reports there are concerns over negotiating a new contract.
The 25-year-old is a product of the Nerazzurri youth academy and a self-confessed supporter of the club, which helped him become one of the fan favourites at San Siro.
He has already impressed this season, contributing two assists in three Serie A appearances.
Dimarco has a contract with Inter until June 2026 and is reported to be earning circa €1.8m per season.
According to FCInterNews.it, both the player and the club are eager to sign a new contract that will run to June 2028.
However, while the directors would like to give him a raise to €2.5-2.7m per season, whereas his agents are pushing for closer to €3.5m.
It is believed they could reach an agreement at €3m, perhaps bolstered with some bonuses.
Dimarco now has 101 appearances for the Nerazzurri, contributing eight goals and 17 assists.
We started to play proper football from 80th minute. So basically, with all our subs(Thuram, Dimarco, Frattesi) in we were still shit good 20 minutes of the game in second half . When Dimarco switched with Augusto,to lwb- to lcb, we begun being more compact. But basically we started performing when Sociedad players run out of gas. Before that, they literally massacred us, we were lucky to conceide only one goal.Maybe that was a trick we did, to have Augusto and Dimarco switching all the time
Not just our wingbacks. Just look at Hakan and Barella's crosses.I expected more from Dimarco and Bastoni.
Can’t blame the right flank as much: We had Frattesi and Pavard in their first Serie A start, alongside our 3rd choice RB.
It’s not just Dimarco, but it baffles me how mediocre the overwhelming majority of wingbacks are at crossing.
Any one of our midfielders or strikers would put in a decent cross 80% of the time in those same positions. And yet wingbacks, who have one job, fail to get it into the 18-yard-box half the time.