Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez has signed a new contract extension with the Red Devils until 2022.
Martinez's contract was up after this year’s European Championship, which has been shifted back a year because of the coronavirus crisis. And now the former Everton and Wigan boss has signed a two-year contract with Belgium that will take him through to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
"Because of the Euro 2020 postponement, we could not possibly end our collaboration already. The RBFA has an ambitious plan that I look forward to with great enthusiasm, both in the short and long term," he said in a statement.
"The next two and a half years will be very intense for our national team, with the European Championship, Nations League, 2020 World Cup qualifying matches and the World Cup in Qatar itself. I can only be happy and proud that I can continue working and prepare the future of Belgian football."