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Troost-Ekong Vows To Keep Working Hard After Extending Udinese’s Contract

Troost-Ekong Vows To Keep Working Hard After Extending Udinese’s Contract

Troost-Ekong Vows To Keep Working At Udinese After Contract Extension

William Troost-Ekong is thrilled to extend his contract with Italian outfit, Udinese and has vowed to keep working hard to improve his game, reports Completesports.com.

The Nigeria international signed a new deal with Udinese that will keep him at the club until 2023 on Wednesday.

“Very happy with my renewal. Thanks to Udinese for the confidence, the hard work continues,”Troost-Ekong tweeted.

The 26-year-old linked up with the Bianconeri last summer from Turkish outfit, Bursaspor penning a four-year contract.

The centre-back made 35 Serie A appearances for Udinese last season and was booked 4 times, helping the club to a respectable 12th position.

The defender who was born in the Netherlands to a Nigerian father, and Dutch mother, has made nine league appearances for the club this season.

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  • Pompei 2 years ago

    KING EKONG. Half of our legendary OYIBO WALL. More grease to elbow. Hope your other half Balogun also experiences some good fortune in his career.

    BTW, looks like a new star is born in football….RODRYGO, the 18yr old Brazilian winger who grabbed a hattrick and one assist in Real Madrid’s Champion’s League game played today, a 6 nil demolition of Galatasaray at their football cathedral, the Santiago Bernabeu. The pundits are already gushing, calling him THE REAL MADRID NEYMAR. Hmmm, looks like the missing portion of Real Madrid’s attacking trident has finally been discovered. Hazard, Benzema and Rodrygo will be the first choice attack for Los Merengues going forward.