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Khedira extends contract at Juventus for 2 more seasons

AP, Wednesday 12 Sep 2018
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FILE - In this April 11, 2017 file photo, Juventus's Sami Khedira goes for the ball during a Champions League match between Juventus and Barcelona, at the Juventus Stadium in Turin, Italy. Germany midfielder Sami Khedira has extended his contract with Juventus for two more seasons. (AP)
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Germany midfielder Sami Khedira has extended his contract with Juventus for two more seasons.

The move comes following an offseason in which Khedira was linked with a possible move to the Premier League. His contract was due to expire at the end of this season.

Financial details of the new deal were not disclosed.

The 31-year-old Khedira is in his fourth season at Juventus, and he has played more minutes than any other midfielder at the club in his first three seasons.

Khedira scored Juventus' first goal this season, three minutes into the 3-2 win over Chievo Verona in Serie A.

Khedira has helped Juventus win three Serie A titles and three Italian Cups.

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