Adebayo Akinfenwa Among New Deals at Newly Promoted Championship Side Wycombe Wanderers

In what is turning out to be one of the finest weeks in Wycombe Wanderers’ history, five of the heroes from Monday’s play-off winning tie against Oxford United have now put pen to paper, signing new deals at Adams Park, according to the club’s official website. 

Five New Contract Deals at Newly Promoted Championship Side Wycombe Wanderers

A Successful Week for The Chairboys

Having pipped Oxford United to the League One play-off trophy this last week, Gareth Ainsworth and his men have achieved greatness for the Buckinghamshire outfit, gaining the clubs first-ever promotion to the second division of English football.

This is no doubt a place where Ainsworth and his side want to remain, as Wycombe have already begun conducting business with these five new contracts, in an attempt to bolster their side for the eagerly awaited upcoming season.

The most notable of the five is cult hero Adebayo Akinfenwa, whose sheer strength and power will strike fear into any Championship side next season.

Akinfenwa, who has already received the praises from Jurgen Klopp, Paul Pogba and Steven Gerrard alike, has pledged his 2020/21 season to the Chairboys by penning a one-year contract.

The 38-year-old will hope to carry his impressive ten goals and six assists into next season’s Championship season, in what will also be the highest level Akinfenwa has ever played at.

Contracts Galore at Adams Park

Speaking of goalscorers, Wycombe fans will be delighted to hear the news that Joe Jacobson who grabbed nine league goals this season, has signed a multi-year contract to extend his stay at the club.

Club captain Matt Bloomfield has also committed his long-term allegiance to the side, again signing a multi-year deal which also includes numerous coaching responsibilities for the experienced midfielder.

Ever-present defender Anthony Stewart also signed one of these multi-year contracts offered by the club.

Finally, Wanderers can also confirm that Alex Pattison has triggered a clause in his contract to extend his stay with the club for another year, based on achieving a number of appearances.

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