Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes just recently talked to the website of his former club PSV, in an interview that saw him go over possibly extending his profession by another year.
Prior to signing a 1 year contract extension in June 2019, Gomes had actually thought about calling an end to his profession last season. As reported by the BBC following the statement of his contract extension last summer, the former Brazil international was anticipated to have actually been hanging up his gloves at completion of the 2018/19 season, after declaring that he was “99% sure” he would retire in the summer.
Having actually apparently been set to bail out following Watford’s FA Cup final defeat to Manchester City, Gomes eventually had a change of mind, as he signed a 1 year contract extension in June, keeping him at Vicarage Road for the 2019/20 season.
Speaking just recently with the official website of his former club PSV, Gomes declared that he made his decision to stay an expert footballer when his present club Watford made it clear that they required him.
He stated: “” The club asked if I wished to assist. Watford has actually constantly been excellent to me and made it clear that I was required. That gratitude is very important to me.”
Gomes likewise didn’t dismiss extending his profession by yet another season. The 39- year-old goalkeeper was asked by PSV.nl if his profession will now conclude at completion of the present campaign, to which the Brazilian reacted by specifying: “ I do not understand, I will choose at some point in the coming months. It likewise depends on what comes myway If clubs like Watford or PSV wish to call on me, stating no is a lot harder.”
The 39- year-old goalkeeper hasn’t included in a Premier League game for the Hornets considering that the 2017/18 season, including exclusively in FA Cup and EFL Cup games for Watford over the last 2 terms.
If Gomes mores than happy in his present role at Watford, regardless of including in a lowered variety of games, then it might be easy to understand why the former Brazil international might choose to extend his profession beyond the 2019/20 campaign, regardless of having actually formerly thought about retirement.