Federico Dimarco, Spanish sirens

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The left lateral is coveted in Spain

After growing up in Inter’s youth academy, and wandering from Ascoli to Verona via Switzerland, Federico Dimarco has returned to his home in Mlano, where he has been making a name for himself for Inter for a year and a half now. A worthy replacement for Perisic, albeit with different characteristics, the former Hellas player is having a season with flying colors, thanks to which he has also obtained a starting jersey in the national team.

Obviously, the progress of the still 25-year-old left-back has not gone unnoticed. Both in Italy and abroad. Particularly in Spain there is a club that would be moving decisively with the Nerazzurri management for a negotiation that should bring, in the intentions of the Iberians, the meneghino to the Spanish capital.

We are talking about Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid, no stranger to fishing from Italy in the summer soccer market. After Rodrigo De Paul and Nahuel Moiina, the ‘Cholo’ looks to the home of his former club in his playing career to reinforce the squad. Marotta, who also has to find a balance between the budget and the competitiveness of the squad, will not come to terms for less than 40 million, but the Colchoneros could insert some welcome technical quid pro quo (the former Udinese midfielder himself for example) in order to wrest Dimarco from Simone Inzaghi.

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