- Khedira has long been linked with a move to the Premier League in summer
- After Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in Turin there was rumors about Juve trying to sell the German midfielder
- Eventually Sami Khedira signed a new deal until 2021 with an option for a third year
Sami Khedira has extended his contract with Juventus for two more seasons despite interest from Liverpool and PSG.
The German star wants to help Juventus bring the Champions League cup in Turin.
“In the last four years Juventus have lost the Champions League final twice, but if you get to the final twice in four years it means the team is strong and just needs something special to win,” Sami told JTV.
"It’s my fourth year and I’m going to stay here for a long time, that’s why I’ve renewed my contract. You only have to go out on the street or run onto the pitch to understand what it means to wear this shirt, it’s something special."
Khedira, 31, joined Old Lady in 2015 then he left Real Madrid. He has won three Serie A titles, the Coppa Italia three times, has scored 20 goals in 80 Serie A matches for Juventus.
After a disappointment of Germany's World Cup campaign there was a doubt in his future in Italy. He was a part of Joachim Low's team that were knocked out in the group stages in Russia, but then started new season with a goal against Chievo.
Earlier, NAIJ.com reported that Manchester United eye move for Dybala and the offer is about £100 million which is equivalent to 47 billion naira.
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