Valencia captain Dani Parejo has extended his contract at Mestalla until June 30, 2022.
The midfielder joined Valencia from Getafe in 2011, quickly establishing himself as a key figure, and continued his fine form this season with his sixth LaLiga goal of the campaign in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Barcelona.
The club confirmed the length of his contract renewal on Monday and the new buyout clause, set at €50million.
Parejo said: “In all these years at Valencia, I’ve grown as a person. Now I’m a proud family man, father to two Valencian children who are, of course, Valencia fans.
“I can tell them with pride that I’m captain of a club with 100 years of history and that I work hard every day to wear the armband and to continue to form part of this club.
— Valencia CF English (@valenciacf_en) February 4, 2019
“I continue to feel the affection of the fans.
“This is my home and it always has been. I want to stay here for many more years to help make the history of the club even greater. There is plenty more to come.”
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