Galloway in talks to extend his Plymouth Argyle contract 

Brendan Galloway

Championship side Plymouth Argyle are in talks to extend the contract of Zimbabwe international defender Brendan Galloway, according to director of football Neil Dewsnip.

The defender is out of contract at the end of the season but Plymouth Argyle are reportedly eager to offer him a new deal having adapted well to the Championship after helping Argyle win League One last year.
But any decisions will be based on whether Argyle can avoid relegation.

The Pilgrims are four points clear of the drop zone with three games to go and next face struggling Stoke City.

“Negotiations have already taken place so we’re well down the pathway,” Dewsnip said.

“We’ve talked to both players, we’ve talked to both agents and discussions are ongoing, but there’s the obvious isn’t there, what league are we in?

“I think both players have done well in the Championship, they want to stay in the Championship, so would I, so I don’t really foresee too many issues as long as we’re in this league.”

Brendan Galloway has attracted interest from fellow Championship sides Blackburn Rovers, Middlesbrough and Coventry City

Galloway has proven to be a valuable asset for Plymouth Argyle on their return to the Championship.

The left-sided defender has stayed free of injuries and has been of great use when usually deployed on the left-hand side of the back three.

His situation is said to have drawn the attention of Blackburn Rovers, Middlesbrough and Coventry City, who will all be hoping he moves on to open the door to a free transfer move.

Galloway joined Plymouth Argyle in 2021 and helped the team win promotion into Championship last season.


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