Defender pens fresh terms at Portman Road which will see him remain a Blue until the summer of 2017
Christophe Berra has signed a new three-year contract with Ipswich Town.
The Scottish defender has penned fresh terms will which now see him remain at Portman Road until the summer of 2017, which his original deal set to expire at the end of the season.
Christophe, who joined Blues on a free transfer from Wolves in 2013, has gone on to be an almost ever-present for Mick McCarthy’s side and is currently Town’s top scorer this term with three goals to his name.
It’s been a busy few days at Portman Road, with Darren Ambrose returning to Blues on a short-term deal as well as young duo Teddy Bishop and Matthew Clarke both signing long-term contracts with Town.
“I’m delighted to see Christophe commit to a new contract here,” Town boss Mick McCarthy told the Club website.
“It’s great news for Ipswich Town, as he’s been absolutely fantastic for us since he first walked through the door. It’s superb news.”