Nigeria’s Nura Abdullahi pens long-term contract with Roma

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The Nigerian defender has extended his contract with the Yellow-Reds which sees him stay at the Stadio Olimpico until the summer of 2021

Nura Abdullahi has signed a four-year contract extension with Serie A giants, Roma.

Abdullahi is registered to feature for Eusebio Di Francesco’s men in the Serie A this season but is yet to make his debut due to injury problems.

The club confirmed the contract extension of the 20-year-old who is a product of their youth academy alongside Senegal youth international Keba Coly.

"Full-back Nura Abdullahi and forwards Mirko Antonucci and Sidy Keba Coly have all committed their futures to the Giallorossi," read a statement released on club website.

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"Nura and Keba have signed four-year deals that will keep them at the club until June 2021.

“Right-back Nura Abdullahi, 20, is a member of the club’s first-team squad, although he is yet to make a senior appearance for the team.

“A member of the club’s 2015-16 title-winning Primavera squad, he was promoted to the first-team group in 2017 but injuries have prevented him making his first-team debut.”

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