It's official: Andre-Pierre Gignac renewed for two years with Tigres

Its official Andre Pierre Gignac renewed for two years with Tigres
Its official Andre Pierre Gignac renewed for two years with Tigres
Khushbu Kumari

The French Andre-Pierre Gignac will remain tied to the Sultana of the North for at least two more years, news that was already known but is now official

It's official, Andre-Pierre Gignac renewed with the UANL Tigers for at least two more years, the information was confirmed through the social networks of the same club that finally ties its star player and historical scorer of the institution.

Andre-Pierre Gignac himself announced the news through his Twitter account with an affectionate message. “I am writing to you with great news. Today it fills me with joy to share that I am staying in Tigres until 2025. The club, coaching staff, players and especially you have given me the confidence to continue fighting day by day with these colors of this great institution,” he posted.

Earlier it was announced that the president of Tigres, Mauricio Culebra, had informed in an interview that the renewal was advanced and that both parties had the will to continue the path that began in 2015 and that if the contract is fulfilled It will be 10 years uniformed with the feline team.

Andre-Pierre Gignac, 37, is the face of Tigres and by now it can be said that he is also the face of Liga MX. The Frenchman came from Olympique de Marseille, being international with France and surprised by wanting to move to Mexican lands, the years have shown him that he was right in his decision and at this point he continues to savor the honey of success.

Gignac's renewal in Tigres comes hand in hand with the signings of Nico Ibanez and Diego Lainez, without a doubt, the university team is one of the best rosters in Mexican soccer with a blunderbuss capable of competing at least for names anywhere.

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