MADRID - Barcelona's Spain forward
Pedro has agreed to extend his contract with the European
champions by a year to the end of June 2016, the La Liga club
said on Tuesday.
The new deal includes improved terms for the 23-year-old
Canary Islander and his buyout fee was raised to 150 million
euros from 90 million, Barca said in a statement on
Pedro joined Barca's youth academy in 2004 and became a
regular fixture in Pep Guardiola's first team during the 2009/10
season, when he scored 23 goals in all competitions.
He netted 22 goals last season, including the opener in
Barca's 3-1 Champions League final win over Manchester United,
cementing his reputation as a player who scores important goals
in key matches.
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