Udinese have secured midfielders Mauricio Isla and Kojo Asamoah on new contracts until 2015.
The pair are regarded as hot prospects for the future by the Serie A club, and they will be delighted having seen the two put pen-to-paper.
Chile international Isla, 22, has been at Stadio Friuli since 2007 and has impressed during his time at Udinese.
A statement on the club's official website said: "Udinese Calcio have announced a renewed contract with Chilean midfielder Mauricio Isla until next June 30, 2015."
Ghana international Asamoah, meanwhile, played an important role for the first team last season and the 21-year-old's agent Claudio Vagheggi reveals the player is delighted to get a new deal despite interest from elsewhere.
He told fcinternews.it: "Asamoah has renewed his contract with Udinese until 2015.
"He's happy, of course, and is convinced of his choice. Udine is the ideal environment for further growth from all points of view.
"Offers received? There were those, I don't deny it, but the market is closed, the championship has just started and there are no thoughts besides the good of Udinese.
"A future in Inter? I don't know what will happen."