Young defender commits his future to Huddersfield Town
- New contract for Rarmani Edmonds-Green
- Defenders commits to Town until June 2022
- Comments from Head of Football Operations David Webb
Rarmani Edmonds-Green has signed a new long-term contract at Huddersfield Town!
The 20-year-old centre back, who made his professional debut for the Club in the Carabao Cup game against Lincoln City last month, has signed a new deal that will run until 30 June 2022, with Town having the option on a further season’s extension.
London-born Rarmani first joined the Huddersfield Town Academy as an Under-18 player from the Nike Academy and was a regular for the Terriers through the age groups.
A loan spell at Brighouse Town gave ‘Rams’ his first exposure of senior football last season and, upon his return to the Club, he was added to the First Team squad – taking the number 35 shirt and making his debut against Lincoln City back in August.
His previous contract was due to expire at the conclusion of the 2019/20 season.
Town’s Head of Football Operations David Webb explained:
“We’re really happy that we’ve secured the long-term future of Rarmani to the football club.
“Everyone has seen the improvement in Rarmani over the last 12 months and, although he still has a lot to learn, he’s a very promising defender that is now a part of our First Team squad.
“It’s important that we secure the future of our talented players and, having taken the option year on his previous contract in the summer, it was great to agree this new contract at the start of the week.”
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