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French Ligue 1Anthony Lopes has extended his contract with Lyon until 2025

Anthony Lopes has extended his contract with Lyon until 2025

Anthony Lopes has extended his contract with Lyon until 2025. The club announced this on their website.

The club statement read: “Anthony Lopes, who extended his contract until 2025, expressed his happiness in continuing his adventure with OL in front of the press in the company of Jean-Michel Aulas, Vincent Ponsot and Bruno Cheyrou.”

Anthony Lopes said: “We have great years ahead of us. We will all move forward together in this special project. It was the logical next step for me. This club evokes something special in me. I have never hidden my ambition to play as many matches as possible. I hope to go as high as possible and why not get first place here at OL. In terms of those who have played the most matches… I did my part behind the scenes with Alex Lacazette for his comeback. We are going to start a new story together, we are both very close. We have a red and blue heart. It is a strong possibility that I finish my career here, so why not!”

Jean-Michel Aulas said: “I am very happy that you are with us, for a long time and that we keep a feeling full of of great moments. This extension confirms his attachment to OL and his desire to be a pillar of the club.”

Vincent Ponsot said: “It’s not a fait accompli. This extension is as important as the signing of Lacazette. It was really important. Antho Lopes is a representative of our values.”

Bruno Cheyrou said: “It was important to look forward with Anthony Lopes. He is one of the best goalkeepers in Europe. He had a very strong season. We wanted him to keep with the team.”

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