Marouane Fellaini has signed a new five-year contract, the
Premier League club said on Thursday.
The 23-year-old, who joined the Liverpool club in a 15
million pounds switch from Standard Liege in
2008, had just 18 months to run on his previous deal.
"We are all delighted we have secured the services of
Marouane for the long term," chief executive Robert Elstone said
on the club website.
"Marouane has been a hugely influential player for Everton
since his arrival in 2008 and we hope that remains to be the
case for the next five years."
The Belgium international has made 106 appearances for
Everton in his three years at the club and scored 16 goals.
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