Ryan Nyambe has been with Blackburn Rovers his whole career making his debut for the senior side in 2015 after coming up through the youth system.
The 24-year-old is out of contract this summer and previously no agreement was reached meaning it looked as though the player would be leaving this summer.
However, the Lancashire Telegraph has reported that the club and the player have started talks again meaning a new deal may still be reached.
The defender made his 200th appearance for his side last month and has made 31 appearances this season showing he is still an important player at the club.
He hasn’t been involved in the squad for Blackburn’s last two games although Rovers boss Tony Mowbray has put this down to a selection choice rather than there being any other factors.
With Mowbray likely to choose this weekend’s team based on who is under contract, Nyambe may miss out again this season however this doesn’t mean he is on his way out of the club now.
It’s yet to be seen whether anything will come of the new transfer talks between the club and player but it certainly appears to be a possibility that the two can extend their lengthy relationship for another season.
Whilst this doesn’t mean they Nyambe is definitely staying with the club, it’s definitely encouraging news for the fans.
The 24-year-old has been a regular part of the team for the last six years and has continued to have his part to play this season.
Furthermore, the player is still young and therefore there is still time for him to develop his own game and reach further heights.
He is a solid player for the club so it would make sense to see the club keep hold of him for next season.