PSG defender renews contract, emphasizing local talent development


Paris Saint-Germain's defender, Jade Le Guilly, who has been with the club since 2014, has renewed her contract with the French capital's team.

Hailing from Nogent-sur-Marne, Le Guilly began her journey with PSG at the age of 12 and has climbed through every level to reach the U19 team.

In 2019, Le Guilly was part of the squad that clinched the U19 French Champions title, captaining alongside players such as Sandy Baltimore, Magnaba Folquet, and Laurina Fazer.

Subsequently, in February 2021, she penned her first professional contract with PSG at the age of 18. During that same year, she secured her first French Champions title, and in the following season, she added a French Cup to her accolades.

PSG, through their official platform, has expressed delight at Le Guilly's contract renewal and her ongoing commitment to the club. The young defender epitomizes PSG's dedication to nurturing local talent and strengthening their women's team.

On the international stage, Le Guilly has represented France in youth categories with a total of 28 appearances. Although she has been called up to the senior national team, she is yet to make her debut.

Le Guilly's journey from PSG's youth academy to a key figure in the senior team reflects not only her dedication and talent but also the club's investment in developing homegrown players. Her renewal signifies PSG's confidence in her abilities and their desire to retain top talent within their ranks. As she continues to mature as a player, Le Guilly is poised to make even greater contributions to both PSG and the French national team in the years to come.