Spain’s cutting-edge Osasuna football player Jon Moncayola extended his contract by ten years for an unusually long time.
According to news on the club’s website on Tuesday, the midfielder’s buyout price for the next seven years is 22 million euros and for the eighth year is 20 million euros. If the team withdraws from the first division, it will be reduced to 8 million euros. .
Moncayola, who grew up in the Pamplona youth club, has scored 3 goals in 68 games with the Osasuna senior team. He played for the Spanish U21 national team in all three group matches of the European Championship age group in March, but had to miss the direct relegation stage due to the coronavirus disease.
This is not the first time in Spain that a football player has made such a long-term commitment. For example, Saúl Níguez signed with Atletico Madrid in 2017 for 9 years.