Inter club captain Samir Handanovic is on the verge of signing a contract extension with Inter according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, which was aired a short time ago.
The shot-stopper, who turned 36-years-old today, is currently under contract with the club until the end of next season. Negotiations over a new contract, which will run until the end of the 2021/22 season, are down to the final details and the talks have been ongoing for some time.
Handanovic joined Inter from fellow Serie A side Udinese back in the Summer of 2012 and has been virtually ever present for the Nerazzurri ever since.
The Slovenian national team player was named club captain around 18 months ago when Mauro Icardi was stripped of the captain’s armband following his conduct.
This season Handanovic has made 38 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has conceded 42 goals and kept a total of nine clean sheets.