Nabbout pens new City deal
Melbourne City have secured the future of Socceroos attacker Andrew Nabbout who has penned a new three-year deal with the club.
City are priced at? to win the A-League grand final but they are also targeting success for years to come and Nabbout could play a part in that after committing his future.
Nabbout has had to deal with a couple of injury issues in the 2020/21 A-League campaign but when fit he has proven to be a key player for coach Patrick Kisnorbo.
The exciting forward had no hesitation in penning the deal and is now looking forward to a bright future with the club.
"I love Melbourne and I feel right at home at the club," the 28-year-old said. "I'm surrounded by people who want to work hard and share my values as a player and as a person.
"There is a clear vision for the club, the style of football we play and our desire to win trophies.
"We have tasted success this season with a premiers plate and we want more from this season's finals series."
Nabbout has been instrumental in helping City win their first piece of silverware, the premiers’ plate, and has returned to fitness just in time for the finals series.
"Andrew is a natural leader in the dressing room and with his pace, power and skill on the pitch, it makes him a perfect player for our style of football," City director of football Michael Petrillo said.
"He has played a huge role in the club winning our first premiers plate and his ability to come back from injury and make himself available for the upcoming finals series is testament to how hard he works, his passion for the club and for the fans."