Aleksandar Kolarov will be an Inter player for at least one more season, with the Serbian ready to sign a one-year contract extension at the Giuseppe Meazza,

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the 35-year-old has made his choice to remain in Milan.

Kolarov arrived from Roma last summer on a one-year deal with the Nerazzurri, and it had not initially been known whether the club would wish to keep him on for another season.

However, after assessing their options, the club decided to offer the player an extension on reduced personal terms, with the new Serbian set to earn a net of €1.5 million next season.

The player took some time to consider the offer, with serious interest in his signature thought to be coming from Bologna manager Sinisa Mihaljovic, with the Emilia-Romagna club making him an offer, but in the end he has settled on remaining with the Nerazzurri until 2022.