The new contract represents a 12-month extension on the 21-year-old’s existing contract and underlines his importance to manager Brendan Rodgers’ plans after starting all four games in all competitions so far this season.
The home-grown youngster, who has made headlines this week following an interview given by Aston Villa player Neil Taylor about the need for a ‘British Asian superstar’, made a strong end to last season with Leicester and has carried through to 2019/20.
Loughborough-born Choudhury, who has Caribbean heritage from his father and Bangladeshi heritage from his mother, has played seven times for England at Under-21 level since 2018.
He will be expecting to add to his growing experience and continued development when Leicester face Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday looking for back-to-back wins after a first victory of the season against Sheffield United last weekend.
Source : 90min