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Cabango signs new deal

Ben Cabango has signed a new contract with Swansea City.

The central defender has put pen to paper on fresh terms that will keep him at the Liberty Stadium until the summer of 2025.

It comes after the academy product was recently included in the Wales squad for their upcoming matches with Belgium, Mexico and Czech Republic.

And Steve Cooper says the 20-year-old has a very bright future ahead of him.

“This is something Ben 100 per cent deserves, he has been brilliant since he joined the first-team squad,” Cooper told the club website.

“How he has developed and progressed as a person and a player has been a real credit to him.

“It’s the right thing to reward him with the right contract, and it also shows the belief he has in us and the progress we want to make as a club.

“He has a chance to be a big part of that, he is only going to get better and there is more to come.

“The biggest compliment you can pay him is that, at 20, he is viewed as an established player in the first team. It tell you everything about the character he is.

“Congratulations to him and his family, and we cannot wait to continue our work with him.”

Ben Cabango of Swansea City celebrates scoring

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