By RYAN TOLMICH
Less than a month after being named the club’s player of the year, American defender Tim Ream has reportedly agreed to a three-year contract extension with Championship side Bolton Wanderers.
According to The Bolton News, Ream has come to a verbal agreement with the club that would keep the 26-year-old defender under contract until the summer of 2017.
Despite interest from Premier League club West Bromwich Albion, Ream expressed happiness with his situation in Bolton earlier this month.
“I feel settled off the field, and that’s also a big factor whether people believe it or not,” Ream said according to the club’s official site. “I feel happy and am working in a structure and program that really helps us as players.”
The former New York Red Bulls defender started 45 times for Bolton this season, playing all across the back line and even in defensive midfield.
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