Inter have announced that Italian international Nicolo Barella has signed a contract extension with the club set to expire at the end of June 2026.
The Nerazzurri released a statement on their homepage moments ago confirming that the former Cagliari midfielder has pledged himself to the club for another four and a half years,
Nicolo Barella joined Inter from Cagliari for what was then a club record transfer reportedly worth around €50 million in the summer of 2019.
The record was broken a few weeks later when Romelu Lukaku completed his move to Inter from Manchester United in a deal worth around €70 million reportedly.
Since then Barella has featured 108 times across all competitions for the Nerazzurri scoring 8 goals in the process and was an integral part of Antonio Conte’s side who won the Serie A title last season.
Barella has also featured 33 times for the Italian national team scoring 7 times, one of which came in the quarterfinals of the European Championships against Belgium, en route to winning the tournament last summer.