A reported Manchester United target has ended speculation surrounding his future by signing a massive new deal with his club.
On Monday, LaLiga side Athletic Bilbao announced, via their official website, that one of their star players had agreed to a new long-term contract with the club.
Forward Inaki Williams put pen to paper on a massive nine-year deal with Athletic, which will extend his time at the club until 2028, when he'll be 34 years old.
"I'm very happy. It is a pride for me to continue to be tied to this great club that has given me everything. I've always said that I'm where I want to be, I'm very happy in Bilbao," he told the club's official website.
"I'm very happy in Athletic Club, and I just have to show it with work, effort and, above all, trying to help the team with goals.
"The club has always bet on me, it has given me everything, I feel it is my home. I only have words of gratitude. Obviously, I could only make this official renewal giving back to the club that effort it has done for me."
The new deal also sees the Spanish international's release clause rise to €135 million (R2.3 billion), but Williams is adamant he wishes to stay at his boyhood club for the foreseeable future.
"This, as you can see, is my house, and all I want, I have it here," he added.
He is the second player to sign a long-term contract with Bilbao in recent months, after Yeray Alvarez signed a seven-year extension with the club in July.
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Williams began his career in Bilbao and has scored 49 goals in 204 appearances for the club since making his senior debut in 2014.
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