Madrid - Polish international midfielder Gregorz Krychowiak
has extended his contract with Europa League holders Sevilla until 2019, the La
Liga side confirmed.
Krychowiak was a key member of the side that guided Sevilla
to a second consecutive Europa League title, scoring in the final against
Ukranians Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, and a fifth-placed finish in the league last
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"In little more than a year he has become one of the
natural leaders of the team and tied himself to the club for a further year
with a buyout clause of 45 million euros ($48.9 million)," Sevilla said in
a statement on their website.
Krychowiak had reportedly been a transfer target for Arsenal
after his impressive displays last season and was one of the mainstays in the
Poland team that qualified for next year's European Championships last month.For
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