Eberechi Eze has recently committed to a new three-and-a-half-year contract with Crystal Palace. This extension secures the 25-year-old midfielder’s stay with the club until 2027, providing a significant boost for Palace as Eze had entered the final two years of his previous contract.
Palace acquired Eze from Queens Park Rangers in a £19.5 million deal in 2020. Eze notably emerged as the club’s leading goalscorer in the previous season, contributing 10 goals and four assists in the Premier League.
Despite interest from treble winners Manchester City during the summer, Eze opted to renew his contract with Crystal Palace. Additionally, he made his debut for the England national team in June, coming on as a substitute in a 4-0 Euro 2024 qualifying victory against Malta, and has since earned two international caps.