The former San Lorenzo defender has revealed he will exit the Italian club at the end of the current campaign after spending 13 successful seasons at the Nerazzurri
Ivan Cordoba has announced that he will leave Inter at the end of the season with Sunday's Derby dello Madonnina his last game at San Siro.
The Colombian joined the club from San Lorenzo in 1999 and has gone on to make 439 appearances for the Nerazzurri, winning five league titles, four Coppa Italias, the Champions League and the Club World Cup.
In a letter to supporters published on Inter's official website, the 35-year-old explained that "Tomorrow's derby will be my last match at San Siro as a player. I've decided to tell you about my decision after speaking to the president, the directors and the coach."
"At the moment I am focused on tomorrow's game, just as you and all my team-mates are, but there will be time over the next few weeks to talk about what my future holds and to look back on the thirteen marvellous seasons we've spent together - years shared with passion and respect, from the tough times through to all the fantastic success we've had.
"We need your support tomorrow, just as we do in every game."
The defender has yet to reveal whether he will retire from the game completely or sign for another club.