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Huddersfield defender Christopher Schindler has signed a new contract with the Terriers that will keep him at the club until 2021.
The 28-year-old German joined David Wagner's team in 2016 and was instrumental in their promotion to the Premier League, scoring their winning penalty in the shoot-out at Wembley against Reading.
He featured in all but one of Town's Premier League games last season, and was named the club's player of the year.
Wagner said: "We all knew that 'Schindy' was a top, top performer after his first season at Huddersfield Town, but his quality really shone through as we played in one of the best leagues in the world last season. He took to the Premier League as if he has played in it all his life.
"We're absolutely delighted that he has signed this new contract at the club; it's as good as any news or incoming that we had success with during the summer transfer window. As well as being a superb player, he is a top character in the dressing room too; a real leader."
Chelsea have signed former England goalkeeper Rob Green on a one-year contract, the club have announced.
The 38-year-old was a free agent after leaving Huddersfield at the end of last season.
Green won 12 England caps between 2005 and 2012 and played at the 2010 World Cup.
His season at Chelsea will be his 20th as a professional after spells at Norwich, West Ham, QPR, Leeds and Huddersfield.
Green told his new club's website: "It has been a whirlwind 24 hours. You are thinking about your career and where you want to go and then you get a phone call like this, and it is a short conversation.
"It has been a pretty dramatic time for me and I can't wait to get started. I am absolutely delighted and it is a thrill and an honour to be here."
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Huddersfield have announced the appointment of Olaf Rebbe as the club's new sporting director from June 1.
The 40-year-old, who held a similar position at Bundesliga side Wolfsburg until his departure in April, will "work closely with head coach David Wagner".
Rebbe effectively succeeds David Moss, who left his post as head of football by mutual consent in October after just five months with the Premier League club.
A statement on Huddersfield's website read: "As sporting director, Rebbe will work closely with head coach David Wagner and report to the board on the recruitment of players and the monitoring of football operations such as scouting, analysis, sports science and medicine."
Rebbe's first job in professional football came in 2004 with Werder Bremen, where he held various positions.
He has also worked on football operations for FIFA at the 2006 World Cup and for UEFA at the 2008 European Championship.
Rebbe became the Bundesliga's second youngest sporting director upon his appointment at Wolfsburg in 2016.