MADRID - Sevilla's Spain winger Jesus
Navas has extended his contract by two years to June 2015, the
Spanish club said on Monday.
"My intention was to stay here, in the team that has given
me everything," the 25-year-old World Cup winner told a news
conference. "It was my first choice and I am very happy."
Navas, whose deal with the Andalusian club was set to expire
in 2013, played a minor role in Spain's World Cup triumph in
South Africa and started most games on the bench.
However, it was his darting run that started the attack that
led to Andres Iniesta's dramatic winning goal in extra time
against Netherlands in the final.
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