Atletico Madrid have successfully concluded contract negotiations with Alvaro Dominguez as the defender has signed a new deal until the summer of 2015, AS reports.
The centre-back had a contract until the end of the 2011-12 campaign and clubs such as Inter and Manchester United were reportedly closely monitoring Dominguez's situation.
Nevertheless, the former Spain Under-21 star has decided to snub the interest from abroad and has signed a three-year extension to his existing deal instead.
Dominguez is a product of the Atletico Madrid youth academy and has developed into an important first team member since making his first team debut in October 2008. The 22-year-old has made 91 appearances for the Rojiblancos so far.
The defender was part of the Spain squad that won the Uefa European U-21 Championship in Denmark in June this year. He was called up to the senior side for the international friendlies against Chile and Liechtenstein, but has yet to make his debut for the 2010 World Cup winners.