Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer signs new contract
Schwarzer had been heavily linked with Arsenal
Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has signed a new two-year contract to keep him at the club until 2012.
Australian Schwarzer, 38, who moved to Craven Cottage from Middlesbrough in 2008, was a target for Arsenal during the last transfer window.
"He was obviously very flattered by the interest. We're delighted that he's decided to stay here and we can move forward now," said manager Mark Hughes.
Schwarzer added he was "delighted" to have ended speculation over his future.
"The club, manager and team have all highlighted their desire to see me stay at the Cottage and after successful negotiations I can confirm that my future is with Fulham," Schwarzer told the Furlham website.
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