Burnley’s longest-serving player Kevin Extended has signed a new a few-yr agreement at the club which will see him remain at Turf Moor until eventually 2021.
The 26-yr-aged joined Burnley in 2009, producing him the longest serving player in the aspect, even with him likely out on financial loan six occasions. He last but not least received his opportunity to commence a Premier League match for Burnley at the tail-end of final season in a 2-2 attract with West Brom.
He went on to play two a lot more matches in which he amazed, obtaining a 100 % productive tackling rate. His performances also gained him a get in touch with-up to the Eire nationwide team as he made his debut in opposition to Mexico in a welcoming in June. He later made his competitive debut in opposition to Austria in a 2018 Planet Cup qualifying match in opposition to Austria.
The Eire intercontinental was last but not least rewarded for his very good operate previously currently, signing a a few-yr agreement extension with Burnley that will see him remain at the club until eventually 2021. His past agreement was due to expire at the end of upcoming season.
Extended was all smiles throughout his agreement signing and advised reporters from Burnley‘s formal club website: “I am delighted. It really is been likely on for quite a whilst now so it can be great to get it signed and look ahead to the upcoming a few many years.”
“I have been in this article a extensive time and likely haven’t performed as substantially as I would have appreciated, so ideally in the upcoming a few many years I can play a large amount a lot more and go from strength to strength.”