Arrived in Lille at the age of twelve, Lucas Chevalier extends until 2027 with LOSC.
Lille’s goalkeeper since the end of the summer, Lucas Chevalier has extended his contract by three years, the northern club announced on Monday.
Coming from the training center, the 21-year-old doorman, who celebrated his first cap in the France U23 team in November, is now linked to Losc until 2027.
If he has only 14 Ligue 1 matches, Chevalier quickly convinced and pushed the Brazilian Léo Jardim, holder at the start of the season, towards the exit and left to find playing time in the country, at Vasco Da Gama.
«It was written. LOSC is my training club, I’ve been there since I was twelve and a half. I’m from the region, I’ve always enjoyed LOSC since I was little. So it was natural for me to extend here until 2027“, reacted the player on the site of the Mastiffs.
«Lucas embodies with others the possibility offered by LOSC to players from the center to evolve in a professional team, while maintaining a high level of ambitionadded its president, Olivier Létang.