Serie A CLUB Napoli are reportedly set to extend the contract of midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa after showing good form under Luciano Spalletti this season.
Quoted from Italian Football, Friday (21/10), it is currently reported that Anguissa is in talks with Napoli about a new contract extension and an agreement is believed to be reached soon.
In the new contract, the salary of the Cameroonian player will increase to 2.7 million euros or around Rp41 billion per year plus add-ons and has a duration until 2027.
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This season, Anguissa has become one of Napoli’s important pillars in their impressive performances in the Champions League and Serie A by making 13 appearances and contributing three goals and five assists for a total of 1,091 minutes played.
The 26-year-old came to Napoli last summer on loan from Premier League side Fulham and Il Partenopei made Anguissa a permanent deal this summer.
Last season, Anguissa made 30 appearances in various competitions and contributed a total of 2,284 minutes playing with 2 assists.
The player who was born on November 16, 1995 started his career with Cameroonian club Coton Sport FC and chose to move to France in the summer of 2014 to join Stade Reims B.
Subsequently, Anguissa joined Marseille and in 2018. He then chose to cross to Fulham and was loaned out to several clubs such as Villarreal and Napoli. (Ant/OL-1)