Leonardo Bonucci has signed a contract extension with Juventus running until June 2024, the Serie A champions have confirmed.
Italy centre-back Bonucci is in his second spell at Juve, having stunned the football world with a €42million switch to AC Milan in 2017.
However, the 32-year-old was back in Turin for the start of the following campaign and he has now committed for the next four-and-a-half seasons.
Initially signed from Bari in 2010, Bonucci has made 376 appearances and scored 17 times for the Bianconeri.
He has proved a pivotal figure under Maurizio Sarri, who was installed as Juventus head coach before the start of the 2019-20 season.
Bonucci is an ever-present in Serie A and the Champions League this term, while also featuring for the national team throughout their unblemished qualification campaign for Euro 2020.
Monday's 9-1 thrashing of Armenia was Bonucci's 95th cap for Italy.
Juve are also reported to be closing in on contract renewals for goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny and winger Juan Cuadrado.