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Milan captain pens contract extension

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

AC Milan's new captain Massimo Ambrosini has put pen to paper on a new contract holding him at the San Siro until the summer of 2011.

The 32-year-old inherited the club captaincy when Paolo Maldini retired at the end of last season and has now committed his long-term future to the Milan giants.

He told Milan Channel: "The agreement for the contract extension we had already found some time ago, but it had not been signed due to practical reasons.

"The club are content with the contract, as they want to say that they still support me."

Ambrosini has been with Milan since 1995, making more than 300 appearances in all competitions since his arrival from Cesena.

With the Rossoneri he has won three Scudetti, two Champions League trophies, two European Super Cups, the Club World Cup, Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup.

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