Salgado wants one more year
After staying ten years at Real Madrid you would have thought a transfer to Blackburn would be something of a come down but after two years here it appears Michel Salgado is keen for another.
The Spaniard's current contract runs out in the summer but he has expressed a desire to remain at Rovers and sign an extension that would take him past the age of 37.
Salgado was something of a slow starter as his Rovers career didn't kick into gear straight off the bat but after a shaky start has been a model of consistency and a great example to the other players... he is even something of an ambassador for the club as well.
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Salgado explained to Sky Sports News - 'I have to thank Sam, he was one of the main reasons I came to England and signed here.
'I am enjoying the Premier League and enjoying Blackburn. It's about a new manager, new owners and the fans.
'But if it's about the lifestyle, enjoying the Premier League and enjoying Blackburn, then I am really happy here.
'In the Premier League it's very physical. I am feeling fit and I can recover and still enjoy it.
'One of the main reasons I'd like to stay and have one more year is because we have a little more chance to do something big.'
Kean, Venkys, you are up lads...
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