The former PSG player joined the Bianoneri in 2017.
And he is set to remain until 2021.
Blaise Matuidi has announced that Juventus decided to trigger the option to extend his contract with another year at the Allianz Stadium. The World Cup winner’s contract with the Old Lady was set to expire after this year. However, he is now contracted to the club until 2021 after Juve took up the option to retain his services.
“In my contract, there was an option for another year,” he told Le Figaro. “Juventus have exercised it. I never had any doubts about it. I feel the trust of everyone.”
The World Cup winner joined Juve in 2017 after a decorated spell with Paris Saint-Germain. He has twice lifted the Serie A title and tasted success in the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in his time with the Bianconeri.
The midfielder has played 118 games so far for the reigning champions. He has scored eight times and assisted seven in the process and is capped 84 times by the French national side, currently looking to claim a spot in Didier Deschamp’s Euro 2020 squad.