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Michael Laudrup has said that he is delighted to sign a one year extension to his current deal at Swansea City, saying that they have "started something this season that I want to continue."
The Swansea City chairman, Huw Jenkins, has described Laudrup's contract extension as a 'major boost' for everyone involved in the club.
Swansea City have announced they have signed a contract extension to keep Michael Laudrup at the club until 2015. In a statement the Premiership side said he had signed a one year contract extension for the next two campaigns.
There had been speculation linking the Dane to several clubs in Europe, including Real Madrid.
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Michael Laudrup has agreed a one year extension to his deal to stay with the Swans despite speculation linking him with move to Real Madrid
Huw Jenkins says he 'wouldn't be doing his job' if they weren't looking at a successor with rumours that Laudrup is a Real Madrid target.