Despite being 31 years old this year, Leicester City still believe in the quality of their best striker, Jamie Vardy. The former Premier League champion gave a new four-year contract to England National Team players in this summer’s transfer market.
Jamie Vardy has become a mainstay of Leicester city since he was redeemed from Fledwood Town in 2012 ago. The concerned continued to develop as the main striker of The Foxes, until the peak in the 2015/16 season, Vardy managed to deliver Leicester City to the English Premier League trophy for the first time in history.
Since then, Vardy’s name has skyrocketed, not only has there been news of interest from a number of European giants against him, but he also received a call from the British National Team. He also defended the Three Lions squad at Euro 2016 event and 2018 World Cup yesterday.
It’s just that, at this time Vardy’s age is no longer young, he turned 31 years old, and generally a soccer player is worth experiencing a decline in performance at that age. However, Vardy himself is still trusted by Leicester City to become the mainstay of the spearhead. Even the Foxes have just given him a new contract.
Unmitigated, the new contract will bind Vardy until the next 2022, or until he turns 35 years old!
Vardy recorded 20 goals for the Foxes in the 2017/18 season by bringing the club to finish in the middle of the English Premier League. He also has a place in the England squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia this summer.
In total, Vardy has scored 88 goals for Leicester city in various competitions, being the tenth highest scorer in club history. This 31-year-old player has been linked with a number of clubs in recent seasons, but he has continued to commit to the club and will last until 2022.