It is not only Sergio Ramos and Lionel Messi who are at the end of the contract. Indeed, at the Olympique de Marseille, many elements are coming to the end of the lease and this is particularly the case of Florian Thauvin, the 2018 World champion. We have known for a little while now, the left-hander should leave the south. from France on June 30th. Even if a doubt remained lately …
Pablo Longoria, inducted president a few weeks ago, still had the hope of extending the native of Orleans, but this is not at all the path it takes. According to information from several Mexican media, Grafico Tigers in particular, that we are able to confirm to you, the former player of the Sporting Club of Bastia, who goes back to Ligue 2, has come to an agreement with the Mexican club of the Tigres de Monterrey. Club where the former striker of the Marseille house, André-Pierre Gignac, plays.
[ 💣BOMBAZO NACIONAL🇫🇷]
Tigers of the UANL acaba of firmar a @FlorianThauvin por 4 AÑOS y percibirá
5 millions of € anuales.@ 10APG está acomodando su estadía en la ciudad. Jean C Cano manager of Gignac fue el intermediario para la operación.
¡La nueva era comenzó 🐯! pic.twitter.com/47cxUCFSS5
– GRAFICO TIGRES🐯 (@GraficoTigres) May 5, 2021
A salary of up to € 5 million
The native of Martigues also plays a very important role in convincing the left-hander to join Mexico. Florian Thauvin would have an agreement for a long-term lease (four years) would receive 5 million euros annually net and, above all, would pocket a nice check as a signing bonus, since it is up to five million euros. ‘after our information. After having hoped for a long time to join a big European club, he therefore took a tangent.
Because it must be said that the distant time when we considered that Mexico was a weak championship is quite distant now. With the arrival of André-Pierre Gignac, the spotlight has shifted to the championship and Martégal has won the North American Champions League this season. Florian Thauvin could also write his own history among the Aztecs. Like the pioneer Gignac.