First Team

Deal extended

Maxence Lacroix has signed a new contract with the Wolves until 2025.

VfL Wolfsburg’s long-term plans continue to take shape, with central defender Maxence Lacroix extending his Wolves contract - which was only due to expire in 2024 - by a further year until 2025.

“Brilliant development”

“Maxence developed brilliantly last season, which is why we’re pleased that we can continue to pursue our goals together,” said VfL sporting director Marcel Schäfer. Lacroix himself is just as happy to commit his future to the Green-and-Whites. “I’m very pleased to have extended my contract,” the defender said. “I’m really settled in Wolfsburg and still have big plans with VfL. It’s fun to play in this team and I’m looking forward to improving together and being successful.”

A VfL player since 2020

Since joining Wolfsburg from French second-tier side FC Sochaux-Montbeliard in summer 2020, the 21-year-old centre-back has made 45 competitive appearances for VfL, scoring twice. Thirty-six of those games have come in the Bundesliga (one goal), with four in the DFB Cup and three in Europa League qualifying last season (one goal). The Frenchman has also played the full 90 minutes in both the Wolves’ Champions League group games this term.



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