West Ham United defender Angelo Ogbonna is delighted to have signed a new one-year contract until the end of the 2023-24 season. Rewarding him with consistency, a professional role model in the dressing room and winning the Europa Confere title NZ League.
The Italian footballer’s original contract expired on June 30, but because of the loyalty. That has been falling apart for more than 8 years through the extreme good times. Extreme evil comes without leaving each other. Team manager David Moyes therefore gave the green light for the 35-carat star to continue. As a big brother in the dressing room UFABET
“It’s a great feeling to continue at West Ham. I’m very pleased with the achievements we’ve created. I’m delighted with the results of the previous season that I haven’t lost. “
Opening my mouth through the official website.
“Who would like to take this opportunity to thank the club? As always, I’m here to help the team. Choosing to stay because he wanted to keep that role pushing for the better.”
“Everyone has welcomed me very well since my first arrival in 2015. Making me feel part of the family here.”
“That’s the most important thing. That’s why I’m content to stay. I want to repay my gratitude.”
“Never put into words how much West Ham means to me. This is the club that has matured me and step into manhood. And This is a club where I have the opportunity to see my children grow.”
“This is the club that made me leave my homeland to play for the first time. Experience living outside Italy, living with his wife. And everyone with open arms welcomes us to East London.”
“That’s the reason. And when will it be to talk about our club like that? The feeling was overwhelming.”
Excluding Aaron Cresswell, Ogbonna is the longest-serving player with the Hammers. Along with Michail Antonio .