Scott Brown’s future at Celtic had been thrown into doubt over the past few months as his deal was set to expire in the summer.
However, The Daily Record have revealed that the Bhoys’ skipper has decided to commit his future to the club by signing a new contract.
The 33-year-old, who has called Celtic Park his ‘home’, has agreed to a new two-year deal and is determined to bring the Hoops some more success.
“I’m absolutely delighted to have signed this new contract extension. Celtic has been such an important part of my life for a long time now, since I joined the club back in 2007, and this really is home for me,” he said.
“My focus, as always, will be on doing everything I can to deliver more success to this club in the months and year ahead, and in particular for our wonderful fans, who have given me amazing support from the moment I first pulled on the Hoops.”
Brown was thought to be the subject of interest from Australia and had been offered a lucrative deal to join Western Melbourne but has decided to remain in Scotland.
The news that Brown has signed a new deal will be extremely pleasing for those involved at Celtic.
The 33-year-old has been a hugely influential figure at Parkhead since joining the club in 2007 and has been a key individual in their efforts of dominating Scottish football.
With the midfielder set to stay for an extra two years, he will be looking to try and help Brendan Rodgers’ side achieve 10-in-a-row.
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