Sami Khedira extends Juventus deal as he signs new deal to keep him in Turin until 2021
- Sami Khedira has signed a new two-year deal to stay with the Italian champions
- Germany international had been linked with Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain
- The midfielder has spent four seasons in Turin since joining from Real Madrid
Germany midfielder Sami Khedira has extended his contract with Juventus for two more seasons.
Khedira was linked with a possible move to the Premier League in the summer, with his contract originally set to run out at the end of this season.
He was linked with a move to Liverpool and, while Paris Saint-Germain were also credited with an interest.
Sami Khedira has ended speculation on his Juventus future by signing a new contract
It also opens a new chapter in his career following the disappointment of Germany’s World Cup campaign.
He was part of Joachim Low’s side that were knocked out in the group stages in Russia, following defeats to Mexico and South Korea.
The 31-year-old is in his fourth season at Juventus, and he has played more minutes than any other midfielder at the club in his first three seasons.
Khedira was part of the Germany side that crashed out of the World Cup in the group stages
Khedira scored Juventus’ first goal this season, three minutes into the 3-2 win over Chievo Verona in Serie A, continuing his successful theme to his time in Italy.
He scored his first-ever professional hat-trick against Udinese last season as the Old Lady landed yet another Serie A title.
The midfielder has won three Scudettos and three Coppas Italia during his stint in Turin.