Bayern Munich starlet Alphonso Davies has signed a new contract with the club that is set to run until the summer of 2025.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Davies wore a face mask as he posed for photos to celebrate signing the deal.
The 19-year-old left-back has enjoyed a hugely impressive season so far and has caught the eye in the Champions League.
Davies, a Canada international, joined Bayern from Vancouver Whitecaps in January 2019.
Last season Davies was involved with the senior side but also featured for Bayern's reserve team at times.
This campaign he has stepped up to the first-team on a full-time basis and has cemented his status as one of the most exciting young players in world football.
In addition to being impressive defensively, Davies has also impressed going forwards and has produced some impressive crosses.
Thomas Muller signs contract extension with Bayern Munich
Thomas Muller has signed a new three-year contract at Bayern Munich to end talk of a move away.
Muller has been at the Bundesliga giants since 2008 and has put pen to paper on a new deal until June 2023.
The 30-year-old crucially kept his social distance for some very unusual announcement photos on Tuesday.
Muller posed with a Bayern Munich shirt alongside the club's sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic and executive board member Oliver Khan. The trio kept their distance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The forward had considered his future before Niko Kovac was sacked in November.
Muller played a bit-part role under the former Bayern boss and was on the verge of entering the final year of his deal.
However he has been a key figure under boss Hansi Flick and has now been rewarded with a two-year contract extension.
'Both sides signed with an absolutely good feeling. I am sure that if the ball rolls again, we will continue to be very successful,' Muller told the <>club's official website.
'That spurs me on. For me it was number one priority to extend at Bayern - and the club saw it the same way.
'I'm already at FC Bayern for a good two thirds of my life, so you can't say that I accompany the club or he accompanies me - we fight for each other.
''For me, this association is not just any employer. It is my passion. I am happy that I will be here two years longer and will give my all on the pitch and next to it.'
Muller has won the Bundesliga title on eight occasions, the German Cup five times as well as the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup with Bayern.