AS Monaco have announced that Italian defender Andrea Raggi and Croatian goalkeeper Danijel Subasic have both signed new deals with the club, with Raggi going up to 2019 and Subasic to 2020.
The duo have been apart of a hugely successful Monaco team in recent years, and the club have made a smart move tying the duo down for the next few years, to help with some of the transitions going on at the club and to keep a good sense on continuity.
Raggi, 33, joined Monaco in 2012 on a free transfer from Serie A side Bologna and has made 191 appearances for the Ligue 1 champions during his time in France, making him one of the most experienced players in an otherwise young squad.
As for Subasic, the 32-year-old has been with Les Monegasques since January 2012, signing for just under €1m from Hadjuk Split in Croatia. Much like Raggi, Subasic has established himself as an important member of the squad, making 240 appearances for the club.
The deals mean that both Raggi and Subasic will see out the rest of their top flight career in Monte Carlo, but also means that a considerable amount of experience and title winning knowledge will remain at the club as a new generation of players pass through with Leonardo Jardim at the helm.