Premier League outfit Leeds United have reached an agreement over the contract renewal of an important member of the club’s first-team setup, according to reports.
The player ready to commit his future to the Peacocks? Pascal Struijk.
Defender Struijk, of course, has continued to play a crucial role in Leeds’ efforts to maintain their top-flight status for another year across the season to date.
All told, the ex-Netherlands youth international has featured in all but one of the club’s 14 league outings, earning the trust of boss Jesse Marsch as the first-choice left-back option at Elland Road.
In turn, news of the powers that be at Leeds moving to tie Struijk down for the years to come should not come as all that much of a surprise.
As per a report from transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, a full agreement on the terms of a new contract, on Thursday, was reached between club and player.
Struijk, in turn, is in line to put pen to paper on a deal through the summer of 2027, which will see his increasing importance to the cause in west Yorkshire recognised by means of a considerable wage increase.