Former AS Roma and Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov have joined Inter Milan in what is reported to be a two-year deal.
Official confirmation of the player on Inter website noted: “Aleksandar Kolarov is officially a new Inter player: the Serbian footballer moves to the Nerazzurri permanently from AS Roma.”
There are reports that the player will earn €3 million a year and Inter has paid a total of €1.5 million, including add-ons to Roma to sign him.
Kolarov made over 130 appearances for Roma after joining the club from Manchester City in 2017 and will now link up with former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte in Milan.
Last season the 34-year-old scored seven goals and provided five assists in 42 appearances across all competitions.