Former Super Eagles Captain, Vincent Enyeama has extended his contract at Lille for a further two years, the French side revealed on it’s website.
The previous contract for the former Enyimba shotstopper was suppose to run out in the summer of 2017 but the latest extension will keep Enyeama at the club until 2019.
Enyeama kept 20 clean sheets in 39 games in all competitions for Lille which earned him a place in the Ligue 1 team of the season and the club revealed their delight he penned a new deal.
“LOSC is pleased and proud to announce the extension of Vincent Enyeama contract for two more seasons.
”The Nigerian goalkeeper of 33 years will continue to defend the goal for LOSC until 2019,” the club announced on their website.
Enyeama joined Lille initially in 2011, but spent the following season on loan at Israeli club Maccabi Tel Aviv, after struggling to get first-team action.
The loan prepared him for a stronger return to Lille and he hasn’t looked back after being instilled as number one, with sublime performances and regularly list as the best goalkeeper in France.
Enyeama is currently in Port Harcourt Nigeria to honour former Super Eagles colleague Joseph Yobo who is having his testimonial game today.