Alexis Saelemaekers is delighted to have pledged his long-term future to Milan, after penning a five-year contract with the Rossoneri.
Saelemaerkers joined Milan from Anderlecht, initially on loan, in January 2020.
Since then, he has made 52 appearances in Serie A, starting 38 times and helping Milan to 35 victories (only Franck Kessie, Theo Hernandez and Gianluigi Donnarumma have been involved in more league wins in that timeframe).
He has created 44 chances, providing six league assists and scoring three goals.
That form has seen him rewarded with a new deal, tying him to the San Siro until June 2026.
"I'm happy to have grown with this team," Belgium international Saelemaekers told Milan's official website, before expanding on his official Instagram account.
"Salamandra remains! I'm delighted to continue my story with this great club that has welcomed me and made me feel important immediately," a post read.
"It's a wonderful emotion that I want to share with all the people who have accompanied me on this journey and in particular with all the Milan fans who are special.
"I'm proud of my growth which has gone hand in hand with the team. Now, the target is always the same: work, grow and win!
"Forza Milan God is Great!"