Simon Kjaer has agreed to extend his AC Milan contract until 2024, the Serie A leaders said this on Wednesday, 27 October 2021.
Denmark captain Kjaer has been at the seven-time European champions since January last year and has become a firm fan favourite in the red and black half of Milan.
In a statement wrote by Milan: “Milan are delighted to announce that Simon Thorup Kkaer has extended his contract with the Club until 30 June 2024,”
Kjaer who has played 66 times for Milan and was later named in the 30-man shortlist for this year’s Ballon d’Or.
Kjaer who’s a 32-year-old, his won widespread plaudits in the summer for how he handled the traumatic collapse of Christian Eriksen during Euro 2020.
Kjaer and the rest of the Danish side rallied around their teammate as he lay stricken during Denmark’s opening match with Finland.
Kjaer was called to be the club captain, by some of Milan fans.
Denmark rode a wave of emotion to go all the way to the Euro semi-finals, where they were eliminated by England at Wembley, in absence if their star player.