Dimi Konstantopoulos: Middlesbrough goalkeeper signs one-year contract

Dimi Konstantopolous
Dimi Konstantopolous kept a club record nine consecutive clean sheets in Middlesbrough's 2015-16 season

Middlesbrough goalkeeper Dimi Konstantopoulos has signed a new one-year contract at the Championship club.

The 38-year-old has played 104 games in a four-year spell on Teesside, but failed to make a Premier League appearance last season as Boro were relegated from the top flight.

Prior to that, he had played every minute of Middlesbrough's 2015-16 Championship promotion campaign.

Goalkeepers Brad Guzan and Victor Valdes have already left the club.

That left 24-year-old Connor Ripley and Spaniard Tomas Mejias as manager Garry Monk's only first-team goalkeepers before confirmation of Konstantopoulos' new deal.

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