Teddy Teuma will continue his career at Belgian side Royal Union Saint-Gilloise after extending his contract until 2025.
The Malta international put pen to paper on a three-year renewal with an option for a fourth.
Teuma, 29, was linked with a number of clubs during the summer transfer window with French media also reporting that Belgium’s top-flight club Standard Liege had a €1.5m bid rejected by Union for the creative midfielder.
The former US Boulogne and Red Star FC was a key component of Union in Thursday’s 3-3 draw against Braga in their fourth UEFA Europa League group stage tie.
He assisted Union’s second goal as the Belgian side are on the brink of making it to the next round of the competition.
Teuma has already grabbed 7 assists and five goals in 17 games in all competitions in this 2022/2023 campaign so far.
Having joined the Belgian club in 2019, Teuma established himself as a lynchpin and under his captaincy, Union managed to get promoted to the top-flight and to put their name on the map of European football after a long absence.
Teuma has two goals in 25 international caps for Malta.
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