Colombian Attacking midfielder, Fredy Guarin has seen his deal at Inter Milan extended till 2017. Guarin was almost sold to Juventus in a swap deal involving Mirko Vucinic during the last transfer window.
Complaints from Inter fans led to the club’s president, Erick Thohir calling off the deal then. The Italian giants have now extended the contract of the highly-rated Colombian for another 3 years
An elated Guarin has spoken to his club’s website about the contract extension.
“I am very happy that I have reached another dream,”
“I will share this with my family, my team-mates and with the people I am closest to.
“Two years have passed since I arrived and it has always been a positive experience, and with every day that has gone by I have learnt a little more. Today I can say that for the next three years I will use those experiences and the positive things I have picked up and make the most of them.
“This is a good moment to say thank you to the president, the coach, the staff, but above all my team-mates and the fans because the faith they have placed in me has been so important.
“Let’s hope I can score to celebrate my new contract, both to help the club to win and to celebrate this special moment.”
With 29 appearances for Inter this season, Guarin has scored thrice and helped with 12 assists thus far.