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Steve Cherundolo has enjoyed a strong summer with the U.S. national team, reclaiming his starting role at right back while also delivering a pair of strong performances at the World Cup, so it should come as no surprise that Hannover 96 was quick to re-sign him.
According to Hannover 96's official website, Cherundolo has verbally agreed to a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the club until 2012. The deal also includes a one-year option after that season.
Cherundolo was set to become a free agent this summer and had been linked with clubs such as AS Roma, but the extension with Hannover will keep him at the club where he's played all his 11 professional seasons.
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