Adama Keita extends his contract with Paris Saint-Germain Handball

Paris Saint-Germain Handball are pleased to announce the extension of Adama Keita's contract by two seasons. The left-winger is now linked to the Club until 30 June 2023.

A product of Paris Saint-Germain's youth academy, Adama Keita made his professional debut in February 2018 at the age of 20.

Since then, the former captain and top scorer of the Parisian reserve team has scored 153 goals in 136 games in all competitions and has won twelve titles: five Lidl Starligues, three Coupes de la Ligue, one Coupe de France and three Trophée des Champions.

Selected several times for France's youth teams, the left-winger won the bronze medal at the U21 World Championship, in Algeria, in 2017.

"This is the next big step in my career," said Adama Keita. "After signing my first professional contract with Paris Saint-Germain, I now have the opportunity to extend my career here. As a native Parisian, it is an honour and a great satisfaction to be able to continue wearing the Red and Blue shirt. I work alongside very talented players on a daily basis. With them, I want to continue to progress and mark the Club's history by winning a maximum number of trophies."

"Adama Keita's extension is a strong symbol for the Club," said Paris Saint-Germain General Manager Jean-Claude Blanc. "He began his professional career with Paris and has now become a permanent fixture in the squad. We are proud to see him grow in the Red and Blue shirt, to which he is particularly attached. Like other players before him, he is a perfect example of the success of our youth academy, which has fostered the emergence of numerous talents for many years."

Position: Left-winger
Born: 5 June 1997, in Paris
Nationality: French
Height: 1m86 – Weight: 84kg

2009-2013      CSM Finances (Paris)
2013-2023      Paris Saint-Germain

French Champion (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
French League Cup Winner (2017, 2018, 2019)
French Cup Winner (2018)
Champions Trophy Winner (2015, 2016, 2019)

France national team
Bronze medal
at the U21 World Championship (2017)