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Milito and Zanetti commit future to Inter Milan

Inter Milan's Argentinian duo Javier Zanetti and Diego Milito have extended their contracts at the San Siro.

Zanetti has signed a new deal until June 2013 while Milito, who grabbed both goals as Inter beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in May, has added 12 months to his contract which will now run until June 2014.

"I am happy and proud,'' Zanetti, 36, told the club's official website. "I and my family thank the Moratti family, all of Inter and our fans who have always supported me and always will.''

Milito, who joined the Nerazzurri from Genoa last summer, said: "I will always be grateful to a great club like Inter for choosing me, and to president Moratti for his faith in me.''

In addition to the Champions League, Inter also captured the Serie A and Coppa Italia crowns last season but have since lost treble-winning boss Jose Mourinho to Real Madrid, with Rafael Benitez replacing him.

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