Godin, 34, leaves Inter after one year and has signed a three-year deal with the Sardinian club.
He has chosen to wear the number two shirt.
#Godin è il nuovo 2️⃣ rossoblù 🔥
— Cagliari Calcio (@CagliariCalcio) September 24, 2020
He made 36 appearances in all competitions for Inter, but they were willing to let him go.
Godin struggled to adapt to Antonio Conte’s system and Inter decided to offload his €5m-per-season salary.
Godin will bring a wealth of experience to Eusebio Di Francesco’s Cagliari side, who started the new season with a 1-1 draw at Sassuolo.
The centre-back has made almost 550 appearances at club level and is the most-capped player in Uruguay’s history (135 matches).