Koscielny Wants to End Career in Lorient

Koscielny Wants to End Career in Lorient

Owner of FC Lorient club Loic Fery revealed that Laurent Koscielny wants to continue the rest of his football career in his hometown kaisarjudi123.com.

Since joining the Gunners from 2010 and under the direction of Arsene Wenger 32-year-old defender is indeed very extraordinary appearance, and even himself became one of the main pillars of Arsenal almost every season.

Although recently Koscielny signed a new contract at Emirates Stadium, but Fery hopes that the player can end his career faster in England and return to play for Lorient.

“He told me last week in London that he wanted to finish his career in Lorient,” Loic Fery told the media.

“I hope he’s only a few more seasons playing at Arsenal.”

Meanwhile, Koscielny has given three FA Cup trophies for Arsenal and also three titles Coumunity Shield.

Monaco Brings Ghezzal From Lyon

Monaco Brings Ghezzal From Lyon

Jaguar Ligue 1, Monaco has officially signed Algerian national team player Rachid Ghezzal on a four-season contract.

The 25-year-old was released in June by Lyon, where he struggled through the youth team and bagged 11 goals in 86 Ligue 1 games since 2012.

“I have the ambition to play at the highest level, be it with national or international teams, and the Monaco project, which won championship titles and up to Champions League playbacks, is really amazing,” Ghezzal said.

“After a few seasons at Lyon, I need a new challenge. Everything here is here to support you for an incredible season.

“I can not wait to meet my new teammates and start training.”

Kimpembe: PSG Not 100 Percent

Kimpembe: PSG Not 100 Percent

After grabbing victory over Amiens, young PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe admitted that his team is still not in 100 percent condition Agen Judi Poker.

In the opening game Ligue 1, PSG 2-0 success won through goals created by Edinson Cavani and Javier Pastore. Incoming Kampembe replaced Thiago Silva in the second half, stating that his team still has not found the desired game rhythm.

“We are still not 100 percent ready. It will come as the competition goes, “the Frenchman told reporters.

“The rhythm of our game will return. It’s still early in the season, and this is still the first fight. We lost a bit of our rhythm, but the competition is still long. “