Man City want Dimarco ready to pay €60 million

Man City want Dimarco and could make a great offer to tempt Inter Milan into selling Federico Dimarco. The treble winners are reportedly willing to dish out €60 million to sign the Italian defender. But his move to City could make Inter fans dearly unhappy. Dimarco has started this season brilliantly, and his latest screamer has been on the headlines for days.

Dimarco ability to contribute in both parts of the pitch has made him a valuable asset for Inter Milan. Inter Milan would likely demand a significant fee, at least €60 million or something in that range. Despite enjoying success in recent transfer windows, Inter Milan still faces challenges in balancing their financial books. So leading to more departures in upcoming windows. While Manchester United and Chelsea have shown interest in Dimarco, City have emerged as a strong contender, closely monitoring the situation.

Man City want Dimarco and could sell Sergio Gomez

Dimarco and Inter Milan are in discussions for a new contract, with two and a half years remaining on his current deal. However, the prospect of a €60 million bid from Manchester City could tempt Inter to sell him. Pep Guardiola, known for adapting center-backs into full-back roles, is considering a reshuffle on the left-hand side. With the impressive performance of summer signing Josko Gvardiol in the central role, Guardiola could change left side by parting ways with Sergio Gomez in January. This could create an opportunity for a new player to come in and improve that position.

While signs point towards Dimarco extending his stay with Inter Milan, the allure of a substantial bid from a Premier League side like Manchester City could potentially shift the dynamics as both and player could then look for a change. City, being one of the biggest clubs, could lure Dimarco to the Premier League.

Mangalam Pugalia: Mangalam is a football nerd who contributes as a match analyst at THE INTER WAY. He admires Antonio Conte’s system and can predict what the Nerazzurri manager will do next.
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