Milan revealed on Friday that technical director Paolo Maldini and sports director Frederic Massara have signed two-year contracts.
The pair’s previous contracts were set to expire at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season on Thursday.
Following a difficult start to the close season, Maldini had belatedly confirmed his intention to continue at the club.
Despite winning the Serie A title last season with a roster that included Maldini and Massara, Milan has struggled to attract reinforcements for the upcoming season.
The Rossoneri were unable to compete with Newcastle United for highly rated defender Sven Botman since they were in the midst of a takeover.
The centre-back was thought to be a top priority for Maldini, but Paris Saint-Germain are said to have skipped the queue for Botman’s Lille teammate Renato Sanches.
Milan, Maldini, and Massara, on the other hand, have reached an arrangement that will keep two crucial figures in their positions for at least another two seasons.
“This agreement underscores the importance of continuity that we see throughout the club as we continue to improve and expand,” Milan stated in a statement.