Marcelo Brozovic signs new long-term Inter contract

Tom Gott
Brozovic has signed a new deal
Brozovic has signed a new deal / Marco Canoniero/GettyImages

Inter have confirmed midfielder Marcelo Brozovic has put pen to paper on a new four-year contract.

The 29-year-old, whose previous deal ran until the end of the current season, had been in talks over an extension for what felt like an eternity, with several reports suggesting confirmation of his new deal could have come back in January.

It's taken a little longer, but Inter have finally revealed Brozovic has committed to the club until 2026.

The Croatia international has been a key player for Inter since joining from Dinamo Zagreb in 2015, racking up 279 appearances in all competitions and chipping in with a cool 26 goals and 35 assists for good measure.

There has long been interest in Brozovic but Inter have worked tirelessly to tie him down to fresh terms and can now finally relax.

Next up is expected to be centre-back Milan Skriniar. The 27-year-old, who has been linked with a reunion with Antonio Conte at Tottenham, has entered the final 18 months of his deal.

Speaking while receiving the award for Slovak footballer of the year recently, Skriniar voiced his desire to sign a new deal.

“We’ll see if the club directors offer me a new contract, but I think that they will,” he said. “I think they are satisfied with my performances, we’ll see. But I think I’ll stay.”