The Colombian looked destined to join Juventus a couple of months ago but has now pledged his future to the Nerazzurri
Inter have renewed the contract of attacking midfielder Fredy Guarin until 2017, completing a total turnaround from January when he was nearly sold to Juventus.
The Colombian looked certain to leave San Siro in the winter transfer window and had all-but-agreed to be part of a swap deal with Bianconeri forward Mirko Vucinic.
However, Nerazzurri president Erick Thohir pulled the plug after fan outcry and his long-term commitment to Inter has now been sealed with a one-year contract extension which could see him stay in Milan for at least another three years.
Guarin, 25, has made 29 appearances for Inter this season, scoring three goals and bagging 12 assists in the process.
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