Sam Kerr has signed new to contract met commit himself to Chelsea until 2024.
After an amazing debut full season with the club, the Australia international forward has become a crucial part of the squad since joining mid-season 2019.
She has scored 39 goals in 47appearances.
After extending her term of office for two more years, Kerr said: “It’s really exciting. I’m very happy met the club. We have had good success, on a club like Chelsea is a great opportunity.
“The time was just right, I feel really comfortable here. i think the club gives me every chance to succeed as a player.
“I don’t see myself going anywhere else” in the world of leave Europe, met what I have at Chelsea.
“‘The time was right, honestly, I didn’t feel . like l wanted run into something, just like sign the . here first time, it just went by itself.”
The Matildas captain also reflected on her decision to stay at Chelsea.
“The team speaks for myself, every day at training playing with world-class players; be challenged every day and win trophies at the same time,” Kerr added.
“I did not have won much when I came here and after? last season i think it is just a no brainer for me to stay.”
General manager Paul Green added: “We are absolutely delighted that Sam has extended her deal with the club.Sam is very simple one of the world’s best strikers and goalscorers.
“We look forward to continuing” build on our recent successes, and Sam will do that play An big role in reaching die goals in the future.”
the 28-year-old forward won the golden boot for the Barclays Women’s Super League 2020/21 season with 21 goals in 22 matches.
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