Everton midfielder Leon Osman has agreed to sign a new two year contract which will keep him at the club until he's 34. Osman has spent his entire career at Goodison Park and is one of the longest serving one-club players in England at the moment. Everton are still without a manager after David Moyes left the club to join Manchester United. Signing Osman to a extension will be a major boost of confidence for the Liverpool based team as they prepare for European competition next season.
Osman has recently recorded his first ever international cap at the age of 32 against Sweden in November of last year. He has played 42 games for The Toffees last season and was one of the most important parts of the team which managed to finish sixth in the Premier League and secure Europa League qualification next season.
He would have been without a contract if Everton didn't decide to offer him a new deal. He is one of the players who joined the club at the same time David Moyes did alongside with full back Tony Hibbert. He managed to score 8 goals from the midfield last season but missed the last game against Chelsea due to injury.