Geoff Cameron signs an extension to remain at Stoke City through 2020.
U.S. men's national team defender Geoff Cameron has made a home for himself in the Premier League at Stoke City, and he'll continue on there for at least a few more years.
Cameron inked a contract extension that will keep him at the club through 2020, Stoke announced on Friday. Cameron still had a year to go on his previous contract, but the new deal removes any uncertainty heading into the summer, during which Cameron will presumably be trying to help the USA qualify for the 2018 World Cup while also preparing for his sixth season in England.
It's an honor for me to share the news that I have re-signed with Stoke City for a two-year extension to summer 2020. It was always my dream to come to England and play in the Premier League, at the highest level in football and amongst some of the most talented players in the sport. To be able to continue to live this dream is a privilege. The last 5 years playing for this great club and in front of some of the best fans in the league has been an experience unlike any other. Thank you to everyone for your ongoing love and support! Looking forward to the next few years ahead as a Potter! @stokecity
A versatile piece along the back line and in the midfielder, the 31-year-old Cameron made 19 Premier League appearances (18 starts) for Stoke this season while battling injuries, but he's been a regular for the Potters ever since joining from the Houston Dynamo in 2012.