Roman Cagnon joins Marseille

17 Oct 2017
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OM.net
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OM has signed 20-year-old free agent Romain Cagnon, a young goalkeeper who completed his apprenticeship in Rennes.

20-year-old Romain Cagnon was born in Angers on 12 May 1997. After being passed over by the SCO team in his hometown, the former reserve keeper (N2) for Stade Rennais, where he completed his apprenticeship, visited Marseilles today tosign a contract until the end of the season. A free agent, the former U16 international keeper will now wear the number 1 shirt until 30 June 2018.


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