Premier League giants Chelsea have been able to tie down Argentine goalkeeper Willy Caballero to new one-year contract with the club, which will be see him in a Blues shirt till the summer of 2020.
The Argentine goalkeeper, who joined the Blues as a free agent from Manchester City, has mainly been used as a second fiddle to Kepa Arrizabalaga being their number one and as been played mostly in the Cup competitions this season.
Right after Arrizabalaga clashed out with club manager Maurizio Sarri in their EFL Cup final loss against Manchester City, Caballero received his first start in the Premier League and registering his last start in the League campaign in Chelsea 0-0 hone draw to Leicester City.
The Argentine goalkeeper is now contracted with the West London club for another year, after Chelsea confirmed it officially on their website.
Speaking about his new one year deal with the club, Caballero said: “I am very happy to renew my contract with Chelsea and hopefully we can enjoy the next season and achieve a lot of targets.
“For me to stay at a big club like Chelsea was a really easy decision.”
Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia also added, saying: “Willy is an excellent professional who has served us extremely well over the past two years.
“He has provided reliable back-up in that time and enjoyed some memorable performances, as well as helping us secure the FA Cup last season and reach the Europa League final later this month.
“He has also been a positive presence at the training ground, demonstrating dedication and professionalism every day and helping bring out the best in our first-choice goalkeepers. We are pleased to retain his services for the 2019-20 season.”