Cedric Bakambu extends Villarreal contract

The DR Congo international forward has put pen to paper on a new deal, tying him to the Estadio de la Cerámica side until 2022

Villarreal have reached an agreement with Cedric Bakambu over a new contract until 2022.

The 26-year-old’s previous deal was due to expire in 2020, but he is now set to sign a two-year extension, with Bakambu scheduled to put ink to paper on Friday.

An official statement from the club reads:

''Villarreal CF and Cédric Bakambu have reached an agreement to renew the Franco-Congolese striker until 2022. The '17' had a contract until 2020, so this extends his stay with the club for two more campaigns.’’

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The Congolese joined Villareal from Bursaspor in 2015 and has scored 33 goals in two seasons.

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