Jonny Evans symptoms new deal at Leicester right until 2023 as defender hails the club’s ‘ambition’ under Brendan Rodgers
- Defender Jonny Evans has extended his contract at Leicester City right until 2020
- The Northern Eire international is a critical figure in Brendan Rodgers’ squad
- The 32-year-outdated hailed the club’s ‘ambition’ as he committed his long run to Foxes
Leicester City have verified that defender Jonny Evans has extended his contract at the club right until 2023.
The Northern Eire international, who has amassed more than 300 Leading League appearances in his profession, has come to be a critical figure in Brendan Rodgers’ squad as they press for Champions League qualification this year.
Evans was generally set to indicator a fresh deal at the King Electricity Stadium, with his very last contract functioning out upcoming summer.
Leicester City have verified Jonny Evans has extended his contract at the club right until 2023
The Northern Eire international has come to be a critical figure in Brendan Rodgers’ squad
The former Manchester United centre-back again has 89 appearances for the Foxes and hailed the club’s ‘ambition’ as he signed a new deal for them.
He told LCFC Tv: ‘I’m definitely delighted to have signed. I am delighted to dedicate myself to the Club, and delighted the Club have fully commited themselves to me.
‘I’ve beloved it here considering the fact that the initially working day I arrived in. It really is a wonderful environment all over the area and it can be a Club with a great deal of ambition.
The former Man United centre-back again has 89 appearances for the Foxes considering the fact that signing up for in 2018
‘The gamers are bold and the signings that they’ve built more than the a long time, they’ve signed younger, hungry gamers and it can be been wonderful for me to appear in alongside that and be a portion of it.’
Evans joined Leicester from West Brom in 2018 and the 32-year-outdated has scored a few targets considering the fact that his arrival.