Juventus number one Wojciech Szczesny has extended his contract at the Serie A giants until the summer of 2025.
According to Italian journalist Romeo Agresti, the Old Lady have activated a clause in the Polish international goalkeeper’s contract to extend his current deal by a further year, as was the club’s plan for a while.
EXCL#Juventus: è già scattato il rinnovo di Szczesny fino al 2025 // Szczesny has already extended his contract with Juventus until 2025 🧤⚪️⚫️
— Romeo Agresti (@romeoagresti) June 1, 2023
Wojciech Szczesny commits future to Italian giants
Szczesny is believed to be settled in Turin after his move from Arsenal in 2017 for $13m. Following the departure of long-serving goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon at the end of Szczesny’s first season, the Pole has been the first-choice goalkeeper for Juve and won three Serie A titles in a row before the club’s domestic dominance was first broken up by Inter Milan in 2020-2021.
During his time at the club, Szczesny has racked up 215 appearances in all competitions, winning the Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year award in the 2019-2020 season.