Danilo D’Ambrosio will remain at Inter for at least one further season, with the defender having extended his contract until June 30 2022.

This is confirmed by the Nerazzurri’s official site, which announces that the 32-year-old has signed a deal which keeps him on at the club for a further season, with his original deal having been set to expire at the end of the month.

The defender has made 233 appearances and scored twenty goals in all competitions since joining Inter from Torino midway through the 2013-14 season.

24 of those appearances came in the 2020-21 season, with the Italian having shown that he still has a significant role to play during the Scudetto win under departed head coach Antonio Conte, and supporters will hope that he can maintain the standard of his performances under incoming manager Simone Inzaghi.

D’Ambrosio joins Andrea Ranocchia, another player who chose to renew his contract by one year at the Giuseppe Meazza, while Englishman Ashley Young has returned to Aston Villa in the Premier League after seeing his contract out.