Almost two years after leaving AS Monaco for Los Angeles Galaxy in MLS, Samuel Grandsir is expected to return to France in January.
After two seasons defending the colors of the Los Angeles Galaxy in Major League Soccer, Samuel Grandsir will not continue the adventure in the North American championship since he should make his comeback in France. Author of a good end to the season in MLS, the attacking midfielder Franco-Senegalese caught the eye of a Ligue 2 club.
Indeed, according to information from Paris-Normandy, the 26-year-old is expected to sign with Le Havre by next week. A solid leader in Ligue 2, the HAC has been active since the start of the winter transfer window with the signings of Oussama Targhalline already from of OM and Etienne Kinkoué who arrives from Olympiakos.
In two seasons with the LA Galaxy, Samuel Grandsir scored 7 goals and provided 12 assists in 74 games. During the past campaign, he had signed 4 achievements and offered 9 assists between the regular Championship, the MLS Play-offs, the Leagues Cup and the US Open Cup. The former Brestois was coming to the end of his contract in a year.