Nat Fyfe signs monster deal to stay at Fremantle
Nat Fyfe is staying at Fremantle, signing the longest deal in the club’s history.
The Dockers captain has agreed terms to a new six-year deal, tying the 2015 Brownlow medallist to the club until at least the end of 2023.
It follows months of media speculation the star midfielder, 25, could be looking for a move elsewhere.
In a statement released by the Dockers, Fyfe said he “loved” playing for Fremantle and said he was excited by the club’s future.
It’s understood the deal is worth well over $1 million per season.