Mathieu Grébille commits to Paris Saint-Germain Handball through to 2023

MATHIEU GRÉBILLE COMMITS TO

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN HANDBALL THROUGH TO 2023

 

Paris Saint-Germain Handball is pleased to announce the signing of Mathieu Grébille for the 2020-2021 season. The French left-winger will be linked to the Club for three years, until June 30th 2023.

 

Mathieu Grébille will leave Montpellier at the end of the 2019-2020 season, his twelfth in the Hérault, to join Les Rouge et Bleus' squad.

 

A left-back who has been converted to a left wing, he has taken part in several international campaigns, becoming European and world champion alongside several Parisian players.

 

"This signature will open a new chapter in my career after 12 years in Montpellier," said Mathieu Grébille, after signing his contract. "For any handball player, it is difficult to refuse an offer from Paris Saint-Germain, a club that confirms year after year its presence among the best teams in the world. I am very happy to join this talented team and staff next season."

 

"We have been following Mathieu Grébille for several years," explained Jean-Claude Blanc, Paris Saint-Germain's General Manager. "We are therefore very happy that his arrival in Paris is becoming a reality today. His versatility and experience will be a valuable asset to our team. His career, at both club and international levels, has given him a wealth of experience for a 27-year-old player."

 

MATHIEU GRÉBILLE

 

Profile

Position: Left wing

Born on October 6, 1991, in Paris (FRA)

Nationality: French

Height: 1m98 - Weight: 98kg

 

 

2008-2020       Montpellier Handball

2020                    Paris Saint-Germain

 

Honours

Club

French Championship (2010, 2011, 2012)

French Cup (2010, 2012, 2013, 2016)

League Cup (2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016)

Champions Trophy (2010, 2011, 2018)

 

Country

70 caps, 113 goals

European Champion (2014)

World Champion (2015)

Olympic Vice-Champion (2016)

Bronze medal at the World Championships (2019)

"This signature will open a new chapter in my career after 12 years in Montpellier," said Mathieu Grébille, after signing his contract. "For any handball player, it is difficult to refuse an offer from Paris Saint-Germain, a club that confirms year after year its presence among the best teams in the world. I am very happy to join this talented team and staff next season."

Mathieu Grébille Futur joueur du Paris Saint-Germain