By Joe Avicolli
Roma midfielder Seydou Keita has reportedly signed a contract renewal with the Giallorossi on Friday.
The 35-year-old, who was about to be out of a deal with the Giallorossi at the end of June, had been unsure of his future at the capital city club in recent weeks and was linked with a possible departure from the Italian side, though he has now apparently extended his current agreement with the Stadio Olimpico outfit.
According to Il Tempo, the Malian international signed a one-year extension with Roma that will still see him make a salary of around €1 million for the 2015-16 season plus possible bonuses depending on his performances.
Keita, who arrived at the Lupi from Valencia in July 2014, managed to impress coach Rudi Garcia during his debut season at the Serie A side by giving dominant performances in the midfield and was able to score two goals and provide one assist in his 26 league appearances last term.