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Chelsea FC midfield star set to be awarded new £4.8m contract deal.

Nemanja Matić was initially signed from Slovakian outfit Košice back in 2009. As a youngster at a star packed Chelsea, he struggled to find his place in the first team and left on a permanent deal in 2011 where he joined Portuguese side Benfica. The young Serbian midfielder had three impressing years in Portugal, and several top flight clubs were fighting for his signature in the 2014 January transfer window. However, he opted for his old club, Chelsea FC, where he signed a five-and-a-half-year contract for a reported fee of €21 million.

In his short time back in London he has established himself as a key profile in the current Chelsea squad, and is one of Jose Mourinho’s favourite players. His stellar performances now seem to have merited a contract extension, which would increase Matić’s weekly salary with almost £30,000 to a total of whooping £93,000 a week, furthermore extending his stay at Stamford Bridge to year 2020.

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