Having recently experienced Argentina's heart-breaking Copa America final defeat to Chile,
Banega has now successfully switched to the Nerazzurri, where he will shortly begin his exciting Milanese adventure.
"Ever Banega is Nerazzurro," read an official post on the club's Twitter account. "He will be with us for the next three seasons."Inter have signed the midfielder on a free transfer after his contract recently expired with the La Liga outfit, where he previously spent two seasons in Southern Spain, lifting the Europa League on two occasions.
The deal has been expected for some time, after the 28-year-old completed his medical back in February.As for his contract, Banega is set to earn around 3 million a season plus bonuses, along with a 2.5 million signing-on fee.