In a very lively summer transfer window, president Pablo Longoria launched Olympique de Marseille in a new project led in particular by Valentin Rongier. The midfielder is part of the squad and has just extended his contract, to the delight of his superior.
While Valentin Rongier said he was ready to leave if asked by his leaders, Marseille Olympics I had a very different plan for him. This Wednesday, the Marseille club announced the extension of its midfielder for two more years. ” obviously i’m very happyThe Marseillais reacted, now with a contract until 2026. It is a great pride to be able to extend the adventure here. If I made this decision with the club it is because I felt very good. I hope to continue growing here. »
“Happy to be able to extend the adventure here. » 💙
After his extension at the club until 2026, @Valrongier28 He spoke about his career and his ambitions with the Olympic jersey. 🔵⚪️
The full interview 👉 https://t.co/nrgSdKdwaR
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– Olympique de Marseille (@OM_Officiel) September 21, 2022
But the happiest after this signature is perhaps the president Pablo Longoria who places Valentin Rongier at the center of the project. ” It is great news for the club.the Spanish rejoiced on the official website of the OM. He is a player who performed very well last season. He has played a lot this season. He is an important player for the group, the dressing room, but above all he is a player who shares all the values that we want to capture in our project. »
Longoria proud to keep Rongier
” He is an intelligent player, always available, with the ability to play well in different positions. Versatility is a sign of intelligence.Paul Longoria said. He is an important player for the club, he is a player who works hard, who adapts to different circumstances and to different coaches. He has the ability to adapt to the environment. He is unanimous within the club, among his teammates, among all the coaches. So we are very happy to announce his contract extension. As a reminder, the former Nantes player became vice-captain of Olympique de Marseille behind Dimitri Payet.