According to La Provence, Florian Thauvin had clauses inserted in his five-year contract with the Monterrey Tigers to give himself the possibility of leaving the club at the end of each season. In case…
Florian Thauvin has secured his rear. If his choice to join the Monterrey Tigers may have seemed surprising in the eyes of some observers, the OM striker, who will play his last match with the Marseille club next Sunday, against Angers, due to a suspension during of the last day of Ligue 1, has not signed in Mexico without a way out.
According to information from the daily La Provence, the international has slipped into his juicy contract clauses allowing him to leave the Monterrey Tigers at the end of each season. Thus, in the event of failure on the American continent, Florian Thauvin will always be able to turn around.
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86 goals with OM
At the end of his contract with Olympique de Marseille, and while he had in his possession offers from English clubs in particular, Florian Thauvin finally committed to everyone’s surprise in favor of the Tigres de Monterrey, where André plays. Pierre Gignac for several years now. Free to engage freely since January, the 28-year-old French world champion has signed a five-year contract with Monterrey.
This season, Florian Thauvin has scored eight goals and delivered as many assists with OM in the league. Throughout his Marseille adventure, briefly interrupted by a stint in Newcastle at the end of 2015, his record (still provisional) is 86 goals and 61 assists in 279 games.