Sky Sports understands that Iker Cassilas has signalled his intention to end his career with Porto after penning a new one-year deal with the club.
The former Spain international has put pen-to-paper on fresh terms which will see him remain with the Portuguese giants until the end of next season, by which time he will be almost thirty-nine-years old.
Cassilas moved to Porto following a twenty-five-year association with Real Madrid, during which time he made seven hundred and twenty-five appearances in all competitions and won a whole host of major honours including five La Liga titles and four Champions Leagues.
Internationally, he is his country’s most capped player with one hundred and sixty-seven appearances, while with them he won two European Championships, and the World Cup in 2010.
His next appearance for Sergio Conceicao’s side will be his one hundred and fiftieth for the club, and is likely to come at Braga on Saturday.
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