The Serie A club released a statement on Monday revealing that they have reached a mutual agreement with the former Manchester United defender over his departure
Inter have confirmed that they have reached a mutual agreement with Nemanja Vidic to terminate the Serbian centre-back's contract. A statement released on the club's official website read: "Inter announces that it has reached an agreement for the mutual termination of the contract with Nemanja Vidic. “The Serbian defender, at Inter since July Protected content , has racked up 28 appearances for Inter and scored one goal." -- Vidic himself added: "I thank all the Nerazzurri family and fans. I wish you great success for the future. Always Forza Inter!" Now 34, Vidic joined the Serie A club after eight successful years in England with Manchester United. He played Protected content for the Red Devils, helping them to win five Premier League titles, the Champions League and the Club World Cup, among other trophies. Vidic is reportedly weighing up offers from America ahead of the start of the MLS season in March, but he has not yet made any comment about his next move.