Lisandru Olmeta will sign his first professional contract with LOSC after three seasons of training with AS Monaco. Lisandru it the son of Pascal Olmeta, who is played as international U17 and U18. He will sign a long-term contract and should join the first team immediately.
Lisandru Olmeta will not return to AS Monaco. He has decided to sign his first professional contract with the Lille team, as per the reports. A long-term contract awaits Pascal Olmeta’s son in the North.
Lisandru Olmeta, like his father, is a doorman with a well-known surname. Last summer, the Frenchman won the U17 European Championship as the starter. Other clubs also interested in the young player.
Lisandru Olmeta is likely to join AS Monaco in the summer of 2020. Invited by Rothen ignites last June, the goalkeeper rejoined his father’s team: “I was a striker until the age of ten.” Then, during a tournament, I decided to try my hand at goalkeeping, revealed the young European champion. I watched my father’s videos as well, but I’m not as crazy as he is (laughs). Should I go up to the fence? I haven’t done it yet.” “Lisandru is more complete than I was at the same age,” Pascal Olmeta boasted about his son.
Lucas Chevalier has been Paulo Fonseca’s starting goalkeeper at LOSC this season, replacing Léo Jardim, who left during the winter transfer window. The French player, 21, is under contract until 2027. Benoît Costil, who arrived from Auxerre in January, has a number 2 position, but his contract expires in June.
Lisandru Olmeta Career Stats
Olmeta was a member of France’s U17 Euros-winning team last year, alongside Paris Saint-Germain’s Warren Zare-Emery, Lyon full-back Sal Kumbedi, and Mathys Tel, now of Bayern Munich. He has played for Monaco in their successful Gambardella (French Youth Cup) campaign this season, though he was not present in the final at the Stade de France on Sunday.