FC Augsburg has prematurely extended the contract with defensive player Reece Oxford by two years.
Was allowed to cheer three times recently: Reece Oxford.
First he discovered his goal danger, now signed his contract: After three goals in the last four competitive games, Reece Oxford has signed a long-term relationship with FC Augsburg. As the club announced on Thursday, the FCA has prematurely extended the Englishman’s working paper, which originally ran until 2023, by two years until 2025.
The plans were apparently a few months before Oxford’s tor flood. “Talks about a contract extension began with him” after the end of last season, “CEO Stefan Reuter is quoted in the club’s announcement. “Reece has developed into an absolute top performer with us. He is not only very important for our game on the defensive, but is also extremely dangerous when it comes to standards.”
Oxford, who already played on loan for Borussia Mönchengladbach in the 2017/18 season, came to FCA from West Ham United in January 2019 – also initially on loan. In the following summer, the Fuggerstadt finally committed the defender. Oxford then had to wait a long time for a goal until it ran according to the ketchup bottle principle within two weeks: After his first goal in the 1-1 draw against Bielefeld in mid-October, the 22-year-old also scored in the cup elimination in Bochum and most recently in the 4: 1 against Stuttgart.