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Hamza Choudhury signs new deal with Leicester City

English professional footballer Hamza Choudhury has signed a new deal with Leicester City. The negotiations with respect to the player’s new deal were taking place over the past few days. The player who had joined Leicester City all the way back in 2015 is all set to lengthen his period of stay at the club even further. The player’s new deal with the club has nearly been sealed as per the confirmations of several sources.

Hamza Choudhury extends his stay at Leicester City

Fabrizio Romano via his official revelation let everyone know that Hamza Choudhury’s new deal with Leicester City has been completed. The player has signed a new deal with the club that will be valid until 2027. His current contract was due to expire at the end of the season. The new deal might well turn out to be a key move both for the player and the club.

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Hamza Choudhury who was born in 1997 signed his first professional contract with Leicester City in the Premier League back in 2015/16 season at the age of 18. He spent the first two seasons on loan at Burton Albion on loan in the championship. After having played 28 games for the club he finally got to make his debut for Leicester in 2017. He signed a new four year contract with the club in 2019. He has played a total of 91 games for the club till date. The Englishman spent the last season on loan at Watford in the championship.

Leicester City have been in rather poor form recently. The side finished 18th in the league last season. With just 34 points in 38 matches, the team failed to avoid the relegation zone and we’re demoted to the Championship the following season.

The team’s major motto will be to perform incredibly well in the ongoing championship season and thereby make a sublime return to the Premier League next season. The onus will be on the quality players in the team currently including Hamza Choudhury to help the side achieve its objectives hereon.

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