Diego Godin has completed his move from Inter to Cagliari.
The experienced Uruguayan centre-back spent just a single season with Antonio Conte’s men before being deemed surplus to requirements. Cagliari confirmed Godin – who won two Europa League titles and one LaLiga crown during his time with Atlético Madrid – has signed a three-year contract, meaning he will be tied to the club until he is 37. Godin made 23 Serie A appearances as Inter finished second to Juventus last term, while he also helped them reach the Europa League final, scoring as the Nerazzurri were beaten 3-2 by Sevilla. Cagliari, who finished 14th in Serie A last term, already have a strong contingent of Uruguayans, with Gaston Pereiro, Nahitan Nandez and Christian Oliva at the club.