Adam Federici goalkeeper has signed a new three year deal at AFC Bournemouth, according to the latest reports from SkySports.
The reports confirmed earlier today that the Australian stopper is delighted to sign a new improved deal which will keep him until the summer of 2019.
Federici who joined last summer from Reading made 12 appearances for the Premier League side in his debut season.
Federici played 10 seasons (3 Premier League and 7 Championship seasons) for Reading before his move to Bournemouth last summer.
The 31-year-old has also capped 15 times for Australia, the recent cap was against Greece earlier this month.
AFC Bournemouth announced on their website that they have sealed the deal of Federici. Also, chief executive Neill Blake said that Adam is an experienced goalkeeper both at club and country level and the club is pleased to keep him for further few years.
There is no doubt that Federici is a good keeper and was great for the Cherries last term, but the Australian might still struggle to play regularly in the Premier League. 36-year-old Artur Boruc made 32 starts in the league for Bournemouth last season, and he is still capable of playing two more years.