Adebayor Akinfenwa has announced signing a new four-year contract with Wycombe Wanderers, which means the 38-year-old world's strongest player will play until 42 years old.
The Nigerian descent who has secured promotion to Championship with Wycombe Wanderers joined the club four years ago from AFC Wimbledon.
The new deal comes as a reward for Akinfenwa's contribution to Wycombe's promotion to EFL Championship. He was joint top scorer of 2020 EFL League One with 10 goals as his club secured promotion to EFL Championship for the first time on 13 July 2020, after they won the play-off final over Oxford.
He took to his Instagram page on Friday to announce that he will be spending the next four years at the club, which will make him one of the oldest outfield players in football history.
Akinfenwa is renowned for being ranked as the strongest footballer in the world in various editions of the FIFA videogame series and . runs a clothing label called Beast Mode On, which plays on his strong man reputation.
He started his football career in 2001 at FK Atlantas, scoring five times in 22 matches before joining Barry Town. He has also played for Boston United, Leyton Orient, Rushden & Diamonds Doncaster Rovers, Torquay United, Swansea City, Millwall , Northampton Town, Gillingham, FC Wimbledon before and current club Wycombe Wanderers,where he has scored 46 goals in 152 matches since 2016.
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