Paris Saint-Germain re-signed veteran goalkeeper Alexandre Letellier to a one-year contract deal on Wednesday.
Letellier joined PSG last year as a free agent following his stint with French side US Orleans.
The French goalkeeper did not make a single appearance for PSG last season, as he instead dealt with multiple injuries throughout the campaign.
Still, PSG went ahead and re-signed Letellier to fill the team’s third string goalkeeper role.
In speaking to PSG TV, Letellier went in-depth on the decision to stay on with PSG.
“I’m really happy to have extended and especially about continuing this adventure with the club and with my teammates,” Letellier said. “I’m delighted and proud.
“I hope that in this upcoming season, I won’t have any of the injuries I had at the end of last season. I missed two months because of my injuries. But I hope this year will go well. I want to carry on working hard and having fun at this club. I want to help the goalkeepers, work, improve and most of all enjoy it with my teammates.”
For the moment, Letellier will be PSG’s third string goalkeeper next season, but he could end up falling back in the depth chart as the club is reportedly on the verge of signing Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to a free transfer deal.
As it stands, PSG goalkeepers Keylor Navas and Sergio Rico are slated to feature for PSG next season, but this could all change over the upcoming summer transfer window.
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