Chris Smalling has signed a new deal at AS Roma valid until June 2025. The agreement was reached last month and is now confirmed. Smalling’s new contract will keep him at Roma until 2025. He is the latest player to commit his future to the club, following the likes of Tammy Abraham, Nicolo Zaniolo, and Lorenzo Pellegrini.
Roma is looking to build on their success of last season and challenge for major honors in the coming years. Smalling’s experience and leadership will be key to their ambitions.
It’s an honor for me to renew my contract with this special club. I want to achieve a lot more and I want it to be with this team. I’m excited to start this new chapter with you all, and together, let’s make history! Thank you
Roma sporting director Tiago Pinto said: “Chris is a very important player for us and we’re delighted that he’s decided to stay with us. He’s a great defender and a great professional, and he’s been a key part of our success in recent years. We’re looking forward to seeing him continue to develop and grow with us.”
Chris Smalling has signed a new two-year contract with Roma, the Italian club has announced. Smalling, 33, joined Roma on a season-long loan from Manchester United in 2019 before signing a three-year deal to make the move permanent in 2020.
The former England center-half has been a key player for Roma since his arrival, helping the club to win the Europa Conference League in 2021-22. He has made 223 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 10 goals.