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New deals for Reyes, Ujfaluši, Assunção

Published: Monday 4 October 2010, 10.24CET
Club Atlético de Madrid received a welcome boost as José Antonio Reyes, Tomáš Ujfaluši and Paulo Assunção all signed new contracts but Sergio Agüero has provided an injury scare.
New deals for Reyes, Ujfaluši, Assunção
José Antonio Reyes celebrates after breaking the deadlock in the UEFA Super Cup ©Getty Images
Published: Monday 4 October 2010, 10.24CET

New deals for Reyes, Ujfaluši, Assunção

Club Atlético de Madrid received a welcome boost as José Antonio Reyes, Tomáš Ujfaluši and Paulo Assunção all signed new contracts but Sergio Agüero has provided an injury scare.

José Antonio Reyes, Tomáš Ujfaluši and Paulo Assunção have all signed contract extensions with Club Atlético de Madrid.

Reyes, 27, has agreed a new three-year deal tying the former Sevilla FC and Arsenal FC winger to the Vicente Calderón until June 2014. Defender Ujfaluši, 32, and midfielder Assunção, 30, have committed themselves until summer 2013.

The trio were central to Atlético's UEFA Europa League triumph last term, although the Liga side have endured a difficult start to their trophy defence, picking up just one point from two group games. Next up are Rosenborg BK on 21 October, when Sergio Agüero is expected to be available despite tearing a gluteus muscle in training on Sunday.

Last updated: 04/10/10 11.22CET

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