The Real Sociedad attacker Take Kubo was “very happy” to renew his contract as 'txuri urdin' until 2029, although he insisted that he wants “this not to be the news of the week” and “the victory in the Parc des Princes” against Paris Saint-Germain, in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2023-2024 Champions League.

“I am very happy to renew, I am very happy here,” said the Japanese in statements to the club's media, after renewing his contract with Real Sociedad this Monday until June 2029, thus extending his commitment for five more seasons.

And the main argument for deciding to tie his future to the San Sebastián team is “the good feeling with his teammates, with the fans and with the sports management.” “Good feeling has led me to this,” he stressed.

“For a club, for a young footballer to grow is important, because the club also grows. We have to go hand in hand, whatever good the club is for me and how good of me it is also for the club,” added the Japan, brand new quarterfinalist with Japan in the Asia Cup.

However, Kubo expressed that he does not want his renewal to be “the news of the week.” “I want the victory at Parc des Princes to be that, and we will give everything to make it that way,” concluded the player about the match that will face PSG this Wednesday (9:00 p.m.) in Paris in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.