Gianluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini have signed one-year contract extensions with Juventus, the Serie A leaders have confirmed.
The experienced pair were both on contracts that would have expired this year, but they will play on for at least another campaign.
Chiellini has been with the club since 2005 and amassed over 500 appearances for the Bianconeri, while Buffon first arrived in Turin 19 years ago, his spell only interrupted by a season with Paris Saint-Germain.
Despite their advanced years – Chiellini and Buffon are 35 and 42 respectively, Juve still see value in the Italy icons and will be able to count on them again in 2020-21.
"These are players who need no introduction," a Juve statement read.
"Champions whose story speaks for itself, and whose connection with the shirt they wear is indissoluble.
"Examples on the pitch and in the locker room, leaders, driving forces, bearers of the Bianconeri DNA, who wear it as a second skin.
"Gianluigi Buffon. Giorgio Chiellini. Captains, legends."
Chiellini has been limited to just three Serie A appearances in 2019-20, having suffered a serious knee ligament injury in August.
The defender made his return after a lengthy lay-off in February, though the centre-back has not been able to feature since the campaign resumed after the coronavirus-enforced break due to fitness issues.
Goalkeeper Buffon, meanwhile, has also been limited in terms of first-team football since rejoining the club last year, though he has still featured 13 times across all competitions as reserve behind Wojciech Szczesny.