Done deal: Proven PL performer agrees terms with Leeds
By Alex Stevens
Rob Green has agreed the terms of a new Leeds contract, the club have confirmed.
The Championship giants announced on their official website on Saturday evening that the veteran goalkeeper has signed a 12-month extension.
Leeds revealed on their official media channels that Green, 37, will remain at the club until the summer of 2018.
— Leeds United (@LUFC) March 18, 2017
In a statement, Leeds explained that Green has triggered an appearance-related clause in the contract that he signed when he joined on a free transfer last summer.
Green has started all 38 of Leeds’ Championship encounters this season and kept his 14th clean sheet of the campaign as they defeated high flying Brighton 2-0 at Elland Road on Saturday evening.
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Green made his 600th league appearance in the goalless draw against former club Rangers at Elland Road last Saturday.
He has overcome a difficult start in the early months of the season to win the favour of Leeds supporters after consistently showing the form that made him a proven Premier League performer during his days at Norwich, West Ham and QPR.
In other Leeds transfer news, the Yorkshire giants are in shock talks to sign a Liverpool attacking player.