The Norwich midfielder is the latest Canaries 2018-19 promotion ace to commit his future to Carrow Road.
Over the past few weeks, the Canaries have moved to offer many of their stars of 2018-19 new contracts, and the Bosnia and Herzegovina international is no exception.
Numerous key members of Norwich's Championship-winning team, including Tom Trybull, Christoph Zimmermann, Emiliano Buendia, Teemu Pukki, Marco Stiepermann, Onel Hernandez, Ben Godfrey, Kenny McLean and Tim Krul have all penned new deals at Carrow Road.
Vrancic, 30, scored ten goals and created a further nine in 38 appearances last season, and would have been out of contract next summer, but has now committed his future to the East Anglian club until 2021.
Here is what some Norwich supporters said on social media after the Canaries announced Vrancic's new deal on their feed, courtesy of a Super Mario themed clip followed by other content:
Every day! Hahahaha— James Kerwin (@James__Kerwin) 12 July 2019
Great news. We're going to need his guile and set piece skill.— Clive Roberts (@ClaudFCR) 12 July 2019
How do you better this announcement— deggzy (@derekwear) 12 July 2019
That's everyone tied up for a while then. Time for a new contract for the social media staff haha— Kevin Parker (@kevparker73) 12 July 2019
My boys absolutely love this.— Ivy NCFC (@AdcockIvy) 12 July 2019
And so do I.
Now they want to go and see him play!
Fantastic. Great work over the summer with the contracts. #ncfc— Ian Hadingham (@jelltex) 12 July 2019
Great news and really happy we've done the right thing for Mario, but his current contract was until 2020, so essentially we have only tied him down to one additional year. Surely should have been 2022?— Stephen Sharman (@SharmanStephen) 12 July 2019
One of the key contracts to sort out this one— Rob (@PecheyYellow) 12 July 2019
Well deserved you really showed us some very good days Mario otbc ctid— Eddie ivens (@loveurpussi) 12 July 2019
This guy was involved in so many late goals, always manages to stay cool and produce the goods— deggzy (@derekwear) 12 July 2019
Max Aarons is also reported to have agreed a new deal (The Telegraph) but it is yet to be officially confirmed by the club.
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