Argentine midfielder who won the Champions League with Jose Mourinho will be released by Inter this summer.
Inter Milan technical director Piero Ausilio has confirmed that midfielder Esteban Cambiasso will leave the San Siro club at the end of the season.
The former Argentina international, who was linked with Chelsea earlier this year, will become a free agent next month.
“Cambiasso will not renew his contract because we haven’t offered him a renewal,” Sky Sports quote Ausilio as saying.
“He waited for our decision until now, and for that he must be thanked, but I’m convinced that in his future he’ll have a role at Inter.”
Cambiasso, who joined Inter from Real Madrid in 2004, has made 31 Serie A appearances this season.
It total, he has played over 400 senior gams for Inter and has won five Serie A titles with the Milan giants.
He was also part of the Inter team won the Champions League under Jose Mourinho in 2010.
At the age of 33, Cambiasso still has plenty to offer and Mourinho could be tempted to make a move for him this summer.
Cambiasso is one of the finest tacklers in world football and his positional awareness is excellent.
He has been capped 52 times by Argentina at senior international level, but he will not be going to this summer’s World Cup in Brazil.