Madrid - Portuguese international goalkeeper Alberto Bastos Pimparel, better known as Beto, has penned a two-year extension to his contract with Sevilla, the La Liga club said Monday.
Beto, 32, arrived at Sevilla in 2013, on a contract which initially ran until June 30 next.
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"I'm very satisfied," said Beto, who won the Europa League last season with the club.
"I wanted to continue working with this club who have given me so much. It's a very happy day for me and my family."
The club said in a statement that Beto was rewarded for his remarkable performances over the past two years, playing 83 games, as Sevilla sit fifth in La Liga this season.