Manchester City have announced goalkeeper Ederson Moares has signed an improved deal with the Champions until 2025.
One year after signing a six-year contract, Ederson has extended his stay at City by a further year when he signed on the dotted line last night for the next seven-years.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) May 13, 2018
City have rewarded his sensational performances this season with an improved deal which the 24-year-old has wilfully agreed to hours after City ensured their status as Premier League Centurions.
The Brazilian international joined the Blues from Portuguese club Benfica for £34million last summer and has become the catalyst for City’s swift attacking style with his incredible passing range and defensive solidity.
By agreeing a new contract, Ederson has committed his future to City until he turns 31 in May 2025. The news shouldn’t come as a surprise for the majority of fans considering he’s conceded fewer Premier League goals this season, than any other goalkeeper in the league.
City are certainly in save hands with Ederson between the goalposts for the next seven years.