Former Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia was at the Nerazzurri’s training ground earlier today where he made his goodbyes to the club.
This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the 34-year-old said goodbye to many of his former teammates following the announcement of his retirement from football a few weeks ago.
Ranocchia left Inter during the summer transfer window, where the former Genoa and Sampdoria defender joined newly-promoted Monza.
However, injuries forced the 34-year-old to be unavailable for much of the early part of the campaign, prompting the decision to retire from football altogether.
Ranocchia spent more than a decade at Inter, with whom he won the Coppa Italia in his first season before winning the Serie A title in his second last, and then another Coppa Italia trophy in his final campaign with the club.
According to Sky, Ranocchia met up with many of his former teammates at the Inter training ground earlier today to say goodbye and close a chapter in his career.