Matteo Darmian is set to sign a new contract with Inter Milan, according to Fabrizio Romano, and his signature on the dotted line is expected to be the start of a line of players reaffirming their commitment to the club.
The versatile defender, who plays predominantly on the right side but can play anywhere across the back line, joined Inter from Parma in 2020 on an initial loan, and the transfer was made permanent a year later. In all competitions, he has so far played 139 games for the Nerazzuri, scoring eight goals and producing 10 assists. He remains a vital part of the team under Simone Inzaghi at the age of 34, to the point where the coach obviously doesn’t want to lose his services at the end of this season.
To that end, the club have offered the 41-cap Italy international a new deal which, once signed, will prolong his stay until the summer of 2025.
⚫️🔵 Matteo Darmian will put pen on paper soon on new deal valid until June 2025. Just matter of time.
Both Inter and Matteo Darmian wanted to continue together — more contract extensions to follow soon for Inter. pic.twitter.com/RUPufeeTeX
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 24, 2023
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