Jeremie Frimpong commits long-term future to Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Jeremie Frimpong commits long-term future to Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Dutch wing-back Jeremie Frimpong has inked a new contract with Bayer 04 Leverkusen, securing his presence until 2028.

The 22-year-old sensation, who arrived at the Bundesliga club from Celtic in January 2021, has been a shining star and a subject of interest for top clubs across Europe.

Simon Rolfes, the managing director for sport at Leverkusen, couldn't contain his excitement over the contract extension. He stated, "Jeremie Frimpong has not just developed into an extremely popular figure in our squad over the past few years.

"At the moment, he is one of the best players in the Bundesliga in his position as an attacking right-back. The contract extension underlines Jeremie's importance to our Werkself."

Frimpong's journey from Celtic to Germany has been nothing short of remarkable, and he's acutely aware of his growth during this period. "A lot has happened since then, we've experienced great things and continually improved as a team. It's great fun to be part of this team," he expressed.

During his time with Leverkusen, Frimpong has showcased his talents in 103 appearances, making a significant impact with 13 goals and 23 assists to his name. This statistical prowess combined with his explosive style of play has made him a standout player not only within the team but across the Bundesliga.

Frimpong's commitment to Leverkusen speaks volumes about his loyalty and belief in the club's vision. It's also a testament to the Bundesliga's appeal as a platform for young talents to thrive and develop their skills. The Dutchman's decision to extend his contract is a reassuring sign for the club's fans, who can look forward to witnessing more of his electrifying performances in the coming years.

For Leverkusen, this contract extension is not just about retaining a prized asset; it's a statement of intent. It's a declaration that they are a club on the rise, capable of holding onto top talent and competing at the highest levels of European football.

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